Infants don't eat as well with babysitters

July 12, 2008 8:37am CST
Infants are either underfeed or overfeed..and they are more likely to be exposed to unfavorable feeding practices. Naturally the Parents know, what, when.. and how to feed the infants than fed by the care givers..and it found out in a research study.. conducted among 8150 infants of 9 months old.. As you read this link you will find the more finer details of who conducted the study.. the research university..etc.. But the gist is what i summarized.. Naturally i agree with this, in fact its a real thing that needs no authenticated proofs like this study..What do you say friend?
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@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
13 Jul 08
Hi saivenkaat802003! I do agree with the research but there is always an exemption to the rule. haha..I have an experience with the ex wife of my brother who has been feeding her children with junk foods and the only way that my nieces and nephews can be given healthy food is when they vacation with my grandmother and aunts every weekends and on summer vacations. But generally, I do agree with the research because most of the moms I knew are very conscious with what they feed their children. Take care and God Bless!
@Shawchert (1040)
• United States
12 Jul 08
What I have to say is.... If I could afford to stay home with my son to feed him... I would, but some of us have to work to put food on the table. *sigh*