GSA head, Emily Murphy, has moved to officially begin transition and give President-Elect Joe Biden the resources to transition including $6.3 million.
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I saw someone else post something similar so I thought I'd try my luck.
My sister has two children, six and two. She's pretty big on the attachment parenting, meaning they cosleep and they both still have breast milk. Her oldest has it pumped and in a bottle during the day with breastfeeding at night and the youngest still breastfeeds through both.
It makes family get togethers difficult. There's nothing quite like seeing a two year old breastfeed. Because they're older she's been asked to feed them away from family which she gets pissed about, and I just think they're both grossly attached to her.
Her oldest is autistic and so he isn't in school currently, (she wants him in a school that would be beneficial for him, which I completely understand) and he has quite severe meltdowns if he's away from her for too long. He can do about six hours before he gets cranky, he gets his milk and occasionally he's been able to push it to about nine hours, but she rarely leaves him for that long. The youngest is still attached to her hip. He won't even sit with us for two minutes while she goes to the bathroom.
She seems to be very happy and they are amazing kids. They're honestly better behaved than most I've met when they're with her.
I think she's babying them, though. I don't see why a six year old still needs to breastfeed. They still both use pacifiers and actual bottles, not sippy cups, and I think she should start transitioning them. Even though he is autistic the oldest doesn't need to be infantilised to this extent. While he can't use cups he could use sippy cups, and he seriously doesn't need a pacifier. If he doesn't have it he generally isn't bothered.
She always gets really angry when I mention transitioning them over to anything, but I just want the best for my nephews. My entire family agrees, and all of them talk behind her back which I hate, but they won't say anything directly to her face.
We spent new years together (our parents, other two sisters and their kids) and her kid started breastfeeding during dinner. My mum told them to wait until after, she said no, and I said she needs to start letting them grow up. Even if they need breast milk, theres no reason they cant both use a sippy cup. She left pretty soon after and hasn't been talking with any of us. My sisters think I should've just left her alone, but I think someone seriously had to tell her.