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Destinite 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Paradise, FL, United States 35145 posts
Dec 6th '12
Quoting .Colleen.:" I have a nice local wine to go with it :wink: I love cheese, like almost as much as life :D"


Oh yes..cheese and wine are the bomb. My son went through a phase where that's all he wanted.

KissMeFinnNelson<3 1 child; 2 angel babies; Glasgow, Scotland, UK, United Kingdom 5419 posts
Dec 6th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .Colleen.:</b>" No, you still missed my point. I have no problem with information given to help a person make a ... [snip!] ... can pretend you know me and my point all you want, but it's obvious you are just one of those people looking for an arguement."</blockquote>



Give or take a few things and you've pretty much described yourself there, well done.

Destinite 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Paradise, FL, United States 35145 posts
Dec 6th '12
Quoting .Colleen.:" This is what I just had for lunch As for your son, this is kind of interesting http://dsc.discovery.com/life/is-cheese-addictive.html"


*licks lips* Yummy! I made my fabulous chicken salad on crossiants for a co-worker's birthday today.
Well, my son and hubs both are addicted! That is crazy! I'm going to have to meail him that article. Thankfully, my son isn't as bad as he was.

mamaluvsher4babies 36 kids; California 4230 posts
Dec 6th '12
Quoting loser mom:" I meant to tell you yesterday.... I think your son is on to something: No p***s, no opinion. :)"



LOL..I just don't get why everyone gets all worked up about it. I am sure there are stories out there somewhere, but how many men do you knwo that have mommy/daddy problems cause they were circumcised? I just feel we have bigger issues then this. If you dont want to circum your son then shit don't. If we are going to get all technical then those who pierce their daughters ears are abusing their children. Oh and when I say "you" I mean in general.

**mummyX3** 3 kids; Australia 1246 posts
Dec 6th '12

This debate went downhill fast there is actual facts being discussed by women expressing non circ views and a whole heap of name calling coming from the other side dissmissing valid points with no actual evidence to support there decision! Just because something is legal does not make it right and the law is changing all the time for that reason!



At the end of the day no medical organisation anywhere in the world recommends routine circumcision of boys. Many organisations state that there is no medical indication for routine circumcision, including the RACP, the British Medical Association, and the American Academy of Paediatrics.



So u can say its legal and its ur right to choose but that doesnt mean its medical intervention or that its medically nessesary or that it prevents any type of stds and its a fact that the possible complications are more likely to occur than the utis u are trying to prevent.

loser mom 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Oslo, Norway, ,,, Europe 12277 posts
Dec 6th '12
Quoting **mummyX2.5**:" This debate went downhill fast there is actual facts being discussed by women expressing non circ views ... [snip!] ... any type of stds and its a fact that the possible complications are more likely to occur than the utis u are trying to prevent."


Awesome. If you don't want to circumsise your son, then don't.



By the way... this is a direct quote from the AAP:
A recent analysis by the AAP concluded that the medical benefits of circumcision outweigh the risks.

You should probably reevaluate your "facts".

**mummyX3** 3 kids; Australia 1246 posts
Dec 6th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting loser mom:</b>" Awesome. If you don't want to circumsise your son, then don't. By the way... this is a direct ... [snip!] ... the AAP concluded that the medical benefits of circumcision outweigh the risks. You should probably




After a comprehensive review of the scientific evidence, the American Academy of Pediatrics found the health benefits of newborn male circumcision outweigh the risks, but the benefits are not great enough to recommend universal newborn circumcision. The AAP policy statement published Monday, August 27, says the final decision should still be left to parents to make in the context of their religious, ethical and cultural beliefs.

loser mom 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Oslo, Norway, ,,, Europe 12277 posts
Dec 6th '12
Quoting **mummyX2.5**:" <blockquote><b>Quoting loser mom:</b>" Awesome. If you don't want to circumsise ... [snip!] ... their religious, ethical and cultural beliefs. I love that u left out the rest of the quote lol they still dont reccomend it"


okay, here is the ENTIRE paragraph:



The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) finds that circumcision has potential medical benefits and advantages, as well as risks. A recent analysis by the AAP concluded that the medical benefits of circumcision outweigh the risks. We recommend that the decision to circumcise is one best made by parents in consultation with their pediatrician, taking into account what is in the best interests of the child, including medical, religious, cultural, and ethnic traditions and personal beliefs.
Your pediatrician (or your obstetrician if he or she would be performing the circumcision) should discuss the benefits and risks of circumcision with you and the forms of analgesia that are available.
Last Updated 9/28/2012




**mummyX3** 3 kids; Australia 1246 posts
Dec 6th '12

And the australian pediatrics dont think in western society that the risks do outway the benifits! It really doesnt matter coz some ppl are still going to do it and some ppl will not!



I dont really even care what americans do u guys are the only ones who think its such a great idea! Anywho im well over this debate coz quite frankly its silly for me to be involved and being an australian its not something i need to worry about. =)

loser mom 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Oslo, Norway, ,,, Europe 12277 posts
Dec 6th '12
Quoting **mummyX2.5**:" And the australian pediatrics dont think in western society that the risks do outway the benifits! It ... [snip!] ... debate coz quite frankly its silly for me to be involved and being an australian its not something i need to worry about. =)"


I'm glad you agree that my son's p***s is none of your concern.

**mummyX3** 3 kids; Australia 1246 posts
Dec 6th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting loser mom:</b>" I'm glad you agree that my son's p***s is none of your concern. "</blockquote>




Weird i dont remember ever saying it was... i dont understand why u would take a topic in dd so personally like ppl on the other side of the world are actually thinking of ur son!! It was a disscusion about wether it should be covered by insurence and why we believe it should or shouldnt be! I beleive it shouldnt be coz imo its cosmetic for the reasons i stated... Got to be honest that last comment made me shake me head very weird!