Just When You Think You Heard It All. . .

Below is the segment from last night’s Tucker Carlson Show where the idea of  whether breastfeeding is natural was debated.


Apparently,  someone on Tucker’s staff has a sense of humor.

A quick Google search (very quick) indicates baby formula was invented in 1867.

How did civilization survive if breastfeeding wasn’t natural, or an effective means of infant nourishment?

As the father of three, grown daughters,  I spent lots of “breast milk in a bottle time” with each of them.

To say breastfeeding gives dads a chance to play golf (my words) while mom has to stay at home and nurse, and thus “is not fair” is as ridiculous as it gets. . .  but that is where we are.

Your thoughts?


About Ray V.

Living in Aiken, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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5 Responses to Just When You Think You Heard It All. . .

  1. I can’t believe the things people debate lol ♡
    Diana xo

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  2. Breastfed my sons. I thought it was the easiest way to feed them. No heating up bottles in the middle of the night, no dragging bottles and formula along when you went somewhere. I was probably a lot more modest about it that some are now. I see nothing wrong with it in public but covering with a blanket would be nice.

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  3. Linda Gill says:


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  4. Mark says:

    I’m fed up of people telling me what’s best. What works for you is usually what’s best.

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