Re: Shaming comment directed at DS
I think that sounds like a fine and very straightforward approach.
Something that someone here said really struck a chord with me, and that is that women often fall into the trap of over-explaining. If they want to make a point, they add all this supporting data. If they want to say "no", they can't do it without a big explanation of why they're saying "no". Otherwise they feel like they're being b*tchy or bossy, right? But all that over-explaining can be counterproductive, because it can make people think that the point you're trying to make is open for discussion. My point being that in this case, you might just want to limit yourself to saying "Hey, Mom and Dad, you've been telling DS that he's 'too old' to nurse and that he doesn't want to nurse when he clearly does. And I want you to knock it off, okay?" Afterwards, if they ask why, you can launch into your reasons.
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