Amarosa Merle
Amarosa Merle thanked Anonymous' answer

I would remove that baby from the daycare and take it to the hospital immediately to run every imaginable test possible.  You don't know what that woman has, what that woman is taking that can be transferred through the breast milk, or anything else about that woman.  Taking her to the hospital documents that you … Read more

Amarosa Merle
Amarosa Merle thanked Sharron Prestcott's answer

I would be spitting nails and you could be sure she would never dare try to do that with another baby.  Apart from this just being wrong without your consent this is a body fluid capable of passing whatever she has in her body to your baby.  You have no idea of her lifestyle, drugs, … Read more

Amarosa Merle
Amarosa Merle thanked Barb Cala's answer

That is wrong and presumptuous of the daycare that they could take those liberties with a baby.  If they think it's a good idea .. They would let the mother know beforehand and get written permission.  A parent wouldn't know how healthy that nursing daycare worker is .. For one thing!  I would immediately remove … Read more

Amarosa Merle
Amarosa Merle thanked Arthur Wright's answer

This is so very wrong here especially since you know nothing or very little of this womans medical background and a lot of diseases and infections are passed onto a baby via breastfeeding so this is just looking for an accident to happen. Her intentions may be good but she should have asked first and … Read more

Amarosa Merle
Amarosa Merle thanked Gator Blu's answer

I would be removing my child from that daycare. I would file a formal complaint with the licensing board. And I would be asking for a drug test and a signed medical affidavit from that person. There is also a good chance I would I would be going to local news outlets so other may … Read more

Amarosa Merle
Amarosa Merle thanked Yin and Yang's answer

I am sorry but I think I would have to kill her. I nursed all four of my children and the special bond that goes along with it can not be put into words. I guess that is the one thing I am extremely possessive about. I never put my kids in day care and … Read more

Amarosa Merle
Amarosa Merle thanked Tom Jackson's answer

Perhaps a little perspective might be useful.

The historical evolution of infant feeding includes wet nursing, the feeding bottle, and formula use. Before the invention of bottles and formula, wet nursing was the safest and most common alternative to the natural mother's breastmilk.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2684040/

But without permission---I would be shocked if it were my child.

What … Read more

Amarosa Merle
Amarosa Merle thanked Tiger Paws' answer

I think it would be very wrong and after I raised cain with her and daycare, a talk with a doctor would be in order. Baby would never go back there and I'd make sure everyone knew about it.

Who knows what could be passed on to a baby?

Amarosa Merle
Amarosa Merle thanked Tiger Paws' answer

I think it would be very wrong and after I raised cain with her and daycare, a talk with a doctor would be in order. Baby would never go back there and I'd make sure everyone knew about it.

Who knows what could be passed on to a baby?