Ode to boob Christmas Carol

October 13, 2007 at 12:32 am | Posted in The Miracles | Leave a comment

Saw this hilarious poem on Weizjourney’s blog. I’m so thankful that i still have milk for little boy, no matter how little it is, cos at least it provided little boy with some nutrients during the worst days of his diarrhea. Mr Gua Gua keeps saying little boy is too old to be still nursing, but i also keep reminding him that in indigenous cultures, the average age of the breastfeeding child is 2 years old, so little boy is far from being too old. Anyway, i still enjoy very much our nursing moments (esp with my penchance for taking short naps :P), so i’ll continue to let little boy nurse for as long as he wants!

Ode to boob Christmas Carol by booby mamas

On the first day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
An IQ two hundred and three

On the second day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

On the third day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

On the fourth day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
Lower chance of asthma
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

On the fifth day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
Less diarrhoea
Lower chance of asthma
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

On the sixth day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
More antibodies
Less diarrhoea
Lower chance of asthma
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

On the seventh day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
Fewer doctor visits
More antibodies
Less diarrhoea
Lower chance of asthma
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

On the eighth day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
Less diabetes
Fewer doctor visits
More antibodies
Less diarrhoea
Lower chance of asthma
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

On the ninth day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
More cash for ice cream
Less diabetes
Fewer doctor visits
More antibodies
Less diarrhoea
Lower chance of asthma
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS A
nd an IQ two hundred and three

On the tenth day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
Less chance of lymphoma
More cash for ice cream
Less diabetes
Fewer doctor visits
More antibodies
Less diarrhoea
Lower chance of asthma
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

On the eleventh day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
More snuggly cuddles
Less chance of lymphoma
More cash for ice cream
Less diabetes
Fewer doctor visits
More antibodies
Less diarrhoea
Lower chance of asthma
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

On the twelth day of breastfeeding mummy gave to me
In industrialised countries, a six fold reduction in the risk of hospitalisation compared to formula fed babies, in non-industrialised countries fifty times less morbidity and an eight times lower chance of dying than formula fed babies
More snuggly cuddles
Less chance of lymphoma
More cash for ice cream
Less diabetes
Fewer doctor visits
More antibodies
Less diarrhoea
Lower chance of asthma
Fewer allergies
Half the risk of SIDS
And an IQ two hundred and three

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