The other day I was chatting with a fellow stay-at-home mom on the phone, catching up on our respective rather routine lives. And yes, we were actually talking on the phone, not just texting on it. Crazy, right?
As moms are likely to do, we somehow got on the topic of our baby's feeding habits. Suddenly, the other mother sounded slightly embarrassed, admitting that her baby was still taking a bottle after she had been forced to quit breastfeeding due to some medical issues.
"But I'm planning on getting her on a sippy cup really soon," she rushed to say.
On the other end of the phone, I was a little taken aback by the obvious implication that she somehow thought I would be judging her for the fact that her baby still took a bottle. And honestly? The thought hadn't even occurred to me that something was amiss because the baby wasn't even a year old yet.
I'm just not a mom who worries about those kinds of thing, but maybe I should be? Is there a "right" age for babies toRead More »from How Long is Too Long for Bottle Feeding?