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Mom Professor Breast Feeding in Class

She had a sick baby and had no one to watch him.  The professor brought him to her first class of the semester.  The students didn't seem to mind that the baby was there, but many objected to her nursing exposed during the class.  The university was concerned about passing the baby's illness to the class, but didn't comment on her nursing.  What do you think single moms should do with a sick baby?  Is it okay to nurse in public without preparing others or should this be done in areas…

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Added by Reina S. Weiner on September 12, 2012 at 3:48pm — 1 Comment

There's No Crying in Baseball, But in Pre-K and Kindergarten.........

Remember the movie, “A League of Their Own” when Tom Hanks delivered that memorable line: “There’s no crying in baseball.” Of course, those angry words were uttered as he berated one of his players severely who then began to cry. I might be crying too after a tongue lashing like that.

But, when children are three, four and five years old, it’s not surprising or…

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Added by Reina S. Weiner on September 10, 2012 at 12:07pm — No Comments

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