All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘infant’

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    The Many Textures of Sleep-Deprivation


    I have not slept for a stretch longer than three hours in over six months. To be clear, a three hour stretch is the exception rather than the rule.  (And this is, I think, why it took me a full minute to think of the …

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  • Awake at Night


    Eric used to do this thing where he’d fall asleep around 11 p.m. and then not wake up until 6 or 7 a.m. the next morning. Sometimes he’d go to sleep a little earlier. Sometimes he’d even wake up a little later. And even if …

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    Five Things We’ll Do Differently this Time Around


    Both my parents and my in-laws have talked about their hopes that parenting should “get better” with each passing generation. As they put it, they wanted to do better for their children than their own parents did for them.  And they thought that we would …

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    World Breastfeeding Week Wednesday


    Back when I was in college, I was what one might call the “resident house-sitter” for many of my philosophy and history professors.  It was a pretty nice gig, what with the air conditioning and the general cleanliness and the endless supply of books to …

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    Breastfeeding and feminism: a top ten list


    There are many ways to think about feminism, and there are many ways to analyze the relationship between breastfeeding and feminism. And one of those ways involves what I’m about to do: listing what I consider to be the top ten ways in which choosing …

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