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  1. Re: Raising a baby vegetarian when the dad really is not on board

    That's true. :) But a problem with a thread having been posted in the wrong part of the forum is less severe than discussions which ends in various degrees if nastiness. The same goes, IMO, for...
  2. Re: Raising a baby vegetarian when the dad really is not on board

    If you're getting less tolerant with non-vegan views, I can't see any reason whatsoever for you to subscribe to the subforum where non-vegans are allowed to post their viewpoints. :)
  3. Re: Raising a baby vegetarian when the dad really is not on board

    It seems to me that what she's is saying is that if she would find research on this topic and come to the conclusion that it wasn't possible to provide a baby with the nutrients it needs to remain...
  4. Re: Raising a baby vegetarian when the dad really is not on board

    Maybe some misunderstandings exist then - because non-vegans can only post in this section. I may need to find a way to make this more clear, I guess.

    There seem to be more skepticism from...
  5. Re: Raising a baby vegetarian when the dad really is not on board

    (Sandra, something seems to have gove wrong with your quote in your last post! :-) )

    Of course we don't think giving a baby cow's milk is good.

    Being a minority, we have to deal with with the...
  6. Re: Raising a baby vegetarian when the dad really is not on board

    Cobweb, to more or less tell someone who is expecting a baby in a few weeks that they "have no business having children, that is my opinion and actually I don't care if people think that's nasty" is...
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