Seventh Standard of Ecological Breastfeeding
Avoid any Practice that Restricts Nursing or Separates You from Your Baby
Nature intended mother and baby to be one biological unit. Anyone who is interested in natural child spacing should desire the oneness that nature intended between mother and child. Where mother goes, baby goes.
An excellent research study showed that 75% of breastfeeding mothers who remained with their babies conceived between 24 and 29 months postpartum.
“Joshua has been a real joy. He’s been to the mountains, the Gulf of Mexico, flown in an airplaine, and helped me drive the combine at age six weeks. Truly a portable, happy, easy-to-care-for baby. I’ll never go back to cribs and bottles.”
End of the daily blogs for World Breastfeeding Week. For more support, information and research, please read The Seven Standards of Ecological Breastfeeding: The Frequency Factor.