Maybe it's really the compromise: because we have so many options, we start looking at what's natural as also an option.
This blog post on Why African Babies Don't Cry is both illuminating and yet, not surprising. Wouldn't it be somehow liberating if the only time your baby cries is because there really is something wrong, and you know you'd have to do something major already? That, as opposed to racking your brain and fretting every 2 hours about what your baby might need, want or feel.
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