Mothering with Breastfeeding and Maternal Care

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As women continue to bear children all parents should ask the following question: How can a woman fulfill her unique responsibility as mother to her child when prevailing parenting practices deny the importance of breastfeeding and maternal care? Maternal care is now thought to be impractical and a luxury for those who can afford it. Thus many women need to defend their right and responsibility to care for even the youngest of babies. Dr. Kawasaki a pediatrician and stay-at-home mother of two asserts in Mothering with Breastfeeding and Maternal Care that current attitudes toward mothering have not evolved naturally. Over the course of a century child-rearing experts sociologists and feminists have made systematic efforts to undermine the importance of a womans role in the home. Dr. Kawasaki offers compelling reasons for parents to think seriously about the unique role women play in their childrens lives particularly in early childhood. She argues that the priceless benefits of breastfeeding and hands-on maternal care help to ensure the optimal growth and development of young babies and children.
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