Clingy. But since birth, explains Jorgenson, her daughter was a huge fan of breastfeeding. Like most moms, Jorgenson expected her daughter to be ready to drink from the bottle after 12 months. But four years later, and she still breastfeeds.
No bottle. "At 10 weeks, with my return to work barreling toward us, my husband and I thought we'd try giving our baby a bottle. I’d pumped around the clock and stocked our fridge and freezer with milk, but my daughter wanted nothing to do with it. She wailed; I wept. She never did take a bottle,” writes Jorgenson.
Routine. Because her daughter refused a bottle, Jorgenson had no choice but to bring her to work. Eventually, a year had passed and Jorgenson’s daughter was still breastfeeding. Both mom and child were so used to breastfeeding at this point that it was now just a regular part of their routine.