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  1. Teresa Thompson says

    My granddaughters are breastfed and i think its the best thing a mother can do for her babies. However, it can always be done in a tasteful way.

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    • jessi taylor says

      oh, forgot to share what i think… i think it’s stupid that we should be so hostile over it… there’s plenty of things in public that offend me, i ignore them… there’s plenty of things in public that my son sees/hears that makes me uncomfortable, i explain to him that it’s not polite to stare or listen to others’ conversations… don’t understand why people have to get their panties in a twist over it. and, as i said on the comment at lifetime moms, those kids she’s shielding from breastfeeding are the same kids that will surely be seeing boobs shaking on music videos – i’d much rather teach my son that titties are for feeding babies

  3. Andrea Hadfield says

    I couldn’t agree with you more. Both of my kids were breastfed (supplemented with formula as well). I never breastfed either of my children in public. I always found a private place or stayed in the car or I brought a bottle of breast milk with us. It is a very natural thing and I applaud anyone who does breastfeed, however I do feel that it is private and personal and should not be done out in the open for everyone (especially strangers) to see and gawk at.

  4. says

    I totally agree with you. Breast feeding is great if you can do it, but cover up with a blanket, shirt or what ever. I too do not want to look at another womans boob. I also want to win the walmart gift card.

  5. danielle says

    I totally agree 100% I breastfed both of my children for 9- 13 months so i feed them in all sorts of places too…my favorite being Disney World! LOL But I have to say I do not want to see anyone’s breasts either. I do think nursing is best for baby and the wallet but I do not think you need to be all cave woman about it! :D

  6. Patti says

    I firmly believe that every woman has the right to chose whether or not to breastfeed, with that being said I too agree that if you are going to be in public and breastfeed it should be done tactfully. Use a blanket, your shirt, or one of the numerous cover options that are available. If I want to look at breasts I will go home and look in the mirror I don’t want to see them when I have my family or even when I don’t have my family with me.

  7. says

    Breastfeeding is completely natural and I think that it is fine whether a woman wants to or not, but it should be done with respect to the mother, her child and all people around. If someone becomes offended, that is their problem.

  8. Cheryl W says

    As a breastfeeding mother, I am definitely for breastfeeding as best for any baby. That being said, I have a HUGE problem with mothers who breastfeed in public to prove a point. There is almost always somewhere a mother can go to have privacy while feeding her child. If I am in a store, I will use a bathroom stall, not just take a seat on the floor for all to see. I also go out to my car when possible. When I breastfeed, I use a nursing cover. Also, you can also be preemptive. Mothers know when it’s about time to feed–feed before going someplace you know won’t have privacy. I’m sure there are exceptions, but I haven’t encountered one yet.

  9. Doris says

    I agree with breastfeeding as I breastfed all my sons, but I don’t know why it bothers people that much if it is covered. people would walk past a really obscene billboard but not mind, then gripe about a baby nursing what God has designed for he/she to eat off of.

  10. Carmen Q. says

    Ever since breastfeeding my daughter (5-6 years ago now!) I really changed how I thought about this, and I think it’s a loving wonderful thing to do for your child, however I was always too shy and self conscious to do it in public without some sort of covering or avoiding it altogether. I think people have to realize (especially men) that the REAL purpose of boobs is to feed babies, not to entertain MEN!

  11. Denise weatherly says

    There are very nice cover-ups and things for women breastfeeding.
    No reason to have it all showing these days.

  12. Susana Hoque says

    Omg!! That bothers me so much as well and it should be a story that should be more publicized and bringing more awareness to this long term issue! I remember telling alot of my girlfriends things like “what in the world is wrong with that lady, she’s in a restaurant ” or something like that, last month!!

    I’m not saying its wrong either, just ugh, go somewhere else or cover up! Its like smoking and cigarettes in most places now, and if they can do it and move, so can you.

  13. says

    I agree…its easy enough to cover up in public, and more polite. You’re not hiding that you’re breastfeeding…it’s just about modesty (not just your own, but respecting other’s standards of modestly). Of course, sometimes its hard to control…a little one can lift the cover or tug it off, or you might not realize someone can see you from a different angle, so people need to be understanding I think.

    Also, about formula…my doctor said “Breast is best, but formula isn’t poison.” That always stuck with me because some people treat it that way. I used both with my first, because I couldn’t pump enough at work to keep up with his appetite.

  14. Markisha Cot says

    I breastfed my daughter for 15 months and was so glad I was able to granted I only wanted to get to 12 months! Lol but I do feel that woman need to cover up while doing it in public. There’s a tactful way to do it and now there are even the coverups designed specifically for it or even a receiving blanket works! No one needs to see anyone elses breasts in public for any reason!

  15. Patricia Edwards says

    I never had any children, but I learned in Nursing School and Human Development Class in College that breast fed babies receive extra immune chemical/nutrients via breast milk. I do also agree with some of the other blog followers that the breast feeding moms should be discreet in public.

  16. Patricia Edwards says

    I would love to win the GC since I am just fixing to return to work in two weeks after being off a year due to a Medical Emergency.

  17. Christina Burrell says

    I breast feed and I am so proud of it…it can be done appropriately in public with nursing covers.

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