Recently, Healthy Mom&Baby have spoken out about nursing or breastfeeding in public on Facebook:
“I feed my baby when he is hungry and I don’t feel the need to hang out at home all day. So, NIP [nursing in public] happens. And if I see someone else do it it’s no different than seeing a mom bottle feed her baby in public. Just move on.” —Jenni Tryon
“It’s very healthy, with cost and time savings! I don’t know why [women] keep avoiding every good habit!” —Manal Azad Kurdi
“I eat in public, why not my baby? We should take offense that others don’t always recognize that this is a meal for my child much the same way they will sit in a park, a restaurant or food court and eat.” —SophiaS
“Breastfeeding babies is necessary and important. When babies feed, they feel safe. Go ahead, don’t stop feeding your baby [in public].” —Samah Madanat
What do you think? Give us Your Opinion on breastfeeding in public: Facebook.com/HealthyMomAndBaby
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