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"Jane Carnall" <jane -dot- carnall -at- digitalbridges -dot- com> wrote:
>The problem there (as I see it) is that with mothers of girls you still
>the same problem of two identical pronouns referring to two different
>people. I envisage two solutions to this (one of which you have probably
>already thought of, one of which I bet you haven't).
>these are all written in the second person (to the mother). The particular
subject is breastfeeding technique, so the father is not addressed. All
third person pronouns refer to the baby.<
<oops> Shoulda thought of that. <blush>
Still, men can breastfeed. With the right hormone treatments. Just needs a
slightly more complex instruction sheet... <ggg>
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