Breastfeeding is the most natural thing in the world, and moms have been doing it since the beginning of time. It’s a mixed-up world when you consider that in some cultures it is OK to carry a gun but it’s not OK to breastfeed your baby in public.
Many mothers have been bullied and harassed when they have breastfed in public. When Marianna, the mother of a 10-month-old, found out the nursing room at Babies R’ Us was occupied, she looked for another spot to feed her crying son. She found a secluded spot and began breastfeeding the boy when a staff member came up and informed her that she was not allowed to feed her son outside of the nursing room. It’s kind of shocking that a store that caters to baby’s needs isn’t supportive or accommodating to a breastfeeding mother.
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