Mothers can be either the most gentle or the most vile creatures of them all
@A pet named Steve, which is really too bad because you know the intentions are there for the most part, but the execution (pun intended) can be too much
@A pet named Steve, woman who's identity is being a mother tend to be the unbearable Facebook moms and Karen's because of an obsessive need for validation. Go ahead and find a girl from high school with the username "Babymomma" or anything like that and itll prove my point
@A pet named Steve, it's amazing the amount of judgment and anger that will pour out of women if you don't raise your kids the exact same way they did. All that matters is that the kid is happy and healthy. Who cares about all the minute details??
@A pet named Steve, You’ve never met a native ‘merican mother before.
Honest answer. Breastfeed, and supplement with formula.
@ThePandaPool , if you can breastfeed and if the baby will accept it.
@iLikeBigBooks, that goes without saying.
@ThePandaPool , also invest in a personal pump if you can. Its about 200$ for a good travel one but it saves a lot in the long run. (Especially if a well off relative gets it for you for the baby shower) Just had my first kid and I can work and give him the nutrition he needs for free.
Also make sure to look into bottles with a wide base if you plan on dual wielding breastfeeding and bottle feeding.
Boob all the way. It's not called liquid gold for nothing. People actually sell it online for good money I hear.
Doctors say that breast is best.
Lemme break this down for you...
Baby Formula: not free
Breastfeed as much as possible, formula is acceptable if you can't (some women can't and that's fine).
This goes for pretty much any subject. Everybody has an opinion and the loudest trolls always win.