Why I’m Glad Someone Told Me To Stop Breastfeeding In Public

See on Scoop.itFrom The Pews’ Puter…

No one would breastfeed for a year (which is really just the minimum recommendation) if we could not continue with our lives while doing so.

FromThePews‘s insight:

“[…] I knew that I wasn’t doing anything of which I should be ashamed or that should be hidden. I was caring for my baby in the best way that I know how and I was setting an example of motherhood not just for my daughters, but for every girl and young woman there. Which, when it comes down to it, that is perhaps the best reason for nursing in public in the first place.”

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