What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stranger.
You caught me off guard with that last panel Stilton. My mind was going off in an entirely different direction, nurses just seem to do that to me.
"yes, he seems to prefer brains"Actually, Stilt, full props for bringing up (and apparently being supportive of) the proper way for babies to eat and get antibodies, stimulate the immune system, etc etc. As TIME so clearly showed, it can (and does) go on FAR too long at times, but for the first year (or so) it's VERY important.
@TrickyRicky- But the woman wasn't a nurse, she was the baby's mom! (granted, the necklace she's wearing almost looks like part of the stethoscope). Unless you meant you were turned on by the male nurse. Not that there's anything wrong with that.@Pete(Detroit)- Hey, I'm all for going the La Leche route whenever possible (for babies, that is - I'm almost entirely on solid food now).No matter how smart we think we are, Nature did a pretty good job of giving us a lot of tools to stay healthy...and we risk more than we think when we start believing we understand all the subtleties enough to ignore them.
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