Though newspaper advertisements for wet nurses provide evidence that Northern whites did not accept cross-racial wet-nursing (Golden 73), Golden notes that the "Southern tradition of cross-race wet nursing in the antebellum years made race an unimportant qualification," yet because of the demographic composition of the labor market, many Southern whites employed African American wet-nurses
Some women with a will to nurse and an ample supply of milk may have been prevented from doing so because of social norms which insisted on the use of a wet-nurse
for certain classes of women.
as patrilineal interference, for in consigning the child to a wet-nurse
How often were the children raised by the mother, by a wet-nurse
, or in an orphanage?
He's a gifted 23-yearold, for God's sake, and the women in his life still want to wet-nurse
BetVictor go just 11-8 that Drogba is treated at least twice by the physio, and offer 3-1 that she's not called on to the pitch to wet-nurse
the nancy boy.
26) In 1886, editors of the popular infant-care magazine, Babyhood, encouraged mothers who did not breastfeed to hire a wet nurse and quoted one physician who said, "A wet-nurse
is a nuisance, but no one who has tried one will ever take any other way of bringing up a baby that she cannot suckle herself.
Parents who hired a wet-nurse
were quite cautious and did so scrupulously.
Anybody looking for a wet-nurse
has got the wrong person in me.
He will wet-nurse
veteran Middlesex seam bowler Angus Fraser who, after 46 innings in Tests, boasts a batting average of 7.
This unassuming partnership breeds, rears, trains and wet-nurses
all their own greyhounds, and considering they have sent out only 290 runners in the four years, their strike rate of 34 per cent is nothing short of miraculous.
This time, drawing on the work of social historians such as Lawrence Stone and Alan Macfarlane, she shows how, in the family domain, social arrangements such as swaddling and the hiring of wet-nurses
, along with the high degree of bereavement, would be likely to make what Winnicott calls `false-self organization' prevalent in Herbert's day.