In many parts of the world, ear piercing is done directly after birth, often in the hospital. However, in North America – piercing a baby’s ear is a matter of personal decision.
In the book, Protecting the Gift, Gavin de Becker says in regard to parental worry, that “preparedness is a funny thing: there’s only so much of it a soul can stand because the problem with bracing for the worst is you have to imagine it first!”
I think that when my baby won’t sleep he needs to be rocked. Let the Freudians and the parental saints of the world disagree with me, but rocking solves what I can consider to be either one of the major sleep disruptions without drugs, manic parenting, or otherwise unruly behavior.
We protect our daughters. We permit our sons. The reality is that this type of parenting stunts a girl’s growth, her self-confidence and only drives home the extremely dated and unpopular belief that she is not equal to men. Not now, not ever.
Rather than divulging facts and statistics about which is clinically better – it is more reasonable to consider the benefits to both and to discuss costs. Obviously, cost is a factor. Even families that wish to send their child to private schools, can expect costly tuition as well as uniform and other expenditures.
How can you tell if a woman is a mother? Is there a special look in her eyes? Is it in the jeans she is wearing? No. The easiest way to tell if a woman has had children or not, despite the tired look on her face, is the size of her purse.
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