i was going to do a post about compost and composting (how thrilling i hear you say) but Im all steamed up after a trip to the paediatritian (god, that spelling looks wrong). we booked in months ago and had to wait all this time. due to the rather traumatic entry of the bean into the world, we wanted what we thought was a bone haematoma on his head, checked. by the time the appointment came around it had pretty much resolved.LOL Nice guy, great baby bedside manner, boat shoes... and then he did IT. He told me i was a 'good girl' when i answered in the affirmative to his breastfeeding query. He had a lot of options to affirm the positive benefits for breastfeeding and my willingness to do so ... 'thats great', 'well done', 'healthy choice' and the like. But 'good girl' just ended him up in the paternalistic pile. Im a 38 yr old, highly educated professional and a mother of 3. Grrrrr
nb bean is fine. no bone abnormalities on the noggin and no apparent neurological damage, which is what we had been most concerned about having had an apgar of 1 at birth.