Anyone breastfeed in public?

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I have tried to breastfeed in public..covered up...and I get the weirdest looks. It makes me feel very uncomfortable...but I know I'm doing the right thing! I get told to go to the car...the bathroom....the corner...sigh! Does anyone else breastfeed in public? Any suggestions?

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Ursula - posted on 10/22/2009

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dont let ignorant people make you feel bad you are doing the best for your baby and being understanding by covering up. I breast feed in public with a cover I spend most of my time looking down the front of it at my little girl so I don't notice if anyone is looking. Keep up with the great work you are doing as a mother and feel a littel sorry for those people that have nothing else better to do with their time but try to make you feel bad.

Casey - posted on 10/22/2009

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i have many times. covered up. i got weird stares as well but havn't been approached about it. public toilets in my town are not the cleanest to feed in. i found that its easier to just ignore them. your doing the best for your child and thats all that matters. as long as we're descrete then it should n't be a problem

Alisia - posted on 10/22/2009

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My husband says when those people start eating, give them weird looks and tell them to go eat in the car...the bathroom...the corner!

Alisia - posted on 10/22/2009

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All the time! It was a little awkward at first, but as i got used to breastfeeding, it didn't matter where i was! The most important thing is that your baby gets the best thing you can give him!

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oh other areas i just thought of - airplanes, airports, etc.... EVERYWHEEEEERE! : ) I never thought I'd be a mom that would do that but :P to them that think its bad!!

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I breastfeed ANYWHERE - church, stores, restaurants, parks, other people's houses, you name it! I even fed my son while riding the Ybor City trolley in Tampa when he was just a little over a week old... If they gotta eat they gotta eat! And sorry but if someone told me to go to the car or bathroom- I would tell them to go eat there too- if they feel comfortable feeding themselves in a restroom GO FOR IT! But my baby eats WHEREVER! My son is 10 months and he's healthy as a horse!! Never had a cold or ear ache or anything!! I think this has a lot to do with the fact that he's been breastfed among other reasons! If someone is outright rude to you, remind them that in many places its illegal not to allow a mother to do this! (such as restaurants etc) I know there was a story back on the news down here that a mother was asked to leave a fast food restaurant and the next week a group of breast feeding mothers brought their babies in and fed them all together while eating at this restaurant - kind of a protest/sit in- but a FEED IN! : ) haha I loved it and wished I could have stood up for BFing mothers everywhere!!

M - posted on 10/22/2009

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I have. I carry a blanket or cover up with my blouse/shirt. I used to get weird looks, but you cannot help it. When baby is hungry, baby cannot wait. Screw what others think. I also had a very supportive hubby, who would help cover me or shield me from others trying to look. Don't let people discourage you. You are doing the right thing by breastfeeding your child.

Erin - posted on 10/21/2009

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i bf my son in public often. people will always judge regardless of what you do, so do what is right for you and your baby. if people are uncomfortable with you caring for your child, they are welcome to leave.

Jennifer - posted on 10/21/2009

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Yes I did and do with a cover up......It is what makes my baby calm. Either they see me breastfeed or they hear a screaming baby (and boy can he scream). I felt weird at first, then it just seemed natural and I didn't notice people looking.

Ashley - posted on 10/21/2009

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i breastfed all thre of my children and there were times thati had to do it and yes at first was very strange and uncomfortable, but i am an american and i have the right to it if need to be! where i had my first and second son i had a "coach" in nursing and they were all for breastfeeding moms and she gave me a card to carry in my wallet in case of problem or question> yet i never used it . in answer to u yes i have and i think tht it should be ok for moms to do it anywhere!

Lori - posted on 10/21/2009

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people suck and make it uncomfortable. my breaking point was when i was the park with some family, THE PARK aka child friendly place or so I thought. I was sitting on a bench feeding my son, all covered under an uddercover (lovely name, as if i didnt already feel like a cow, lol) and got the worst looks ever. A few hours later i sat on the same bench and gave my son a bottle and wouldn't know people were ooing and ahhing over how cute the baby was. why is it okay to bottle feed your baby but not breastfeed when nothing is even showing?!?! i guess people would rather listen to my hungry son cry and me bitching as i walk around uncomfortable and ready to explode!

Rachel - posted on 10/21/2009

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found this online....

someone seems to be bothered by you nursing, or asks you to leave, you can kindly remind the person that breastfeeding is legal, normal and the best nutrition for the baby, or other facts about breastfeeding.



But it may still happen that they "oust" you out. If you have had problems with public breastfeeding and have been asked to leave malls, pools, restaurants, etc., or to go to restroom to nurse, or if you have had problems at workplace, you can report it to FirstRight. FirstRight takes every reported incident of discrimination seriously, aiming to establish a correspondence with the organization in question, and discuss to implement a breastfeeding friendly policy.

Rachel - posted on 10/21/2009

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tell them to get bent.

Forty-three states, the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands have laws with language specifically allowing women to breastfeed in any public or private location (Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington and Wyoming).

Kia - posted on 10/21/2009

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I breastfed my son in public quite often. I never got any bad looks or remarks unless I just wasn't paying attention. My advice to you is to ignore it. You baby has to eat and you shouldn't have to go to the bathroom to feed your baby. No one buys their lunch and eat in in the restroom so neither should your child.

Sarah - posted on 10/21/2009

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Yes I do and if anyone has a problem i'd tell them it's either this or a screaming baby :) there is nothing wrong with it if you are covered up.

Christina - posted on 10/21/2009

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I nursed in public with my youngest and I used to be really shy about it at first. What helped me was seeing other moms who breastfed in public. My favorite store at the time was Babies R Us, and they happen to have this awsome room where you can go and breastfeed. While I was in that room I found that I not only fed and bonded with my baby, but I could get helpful tips from other moms. They helped me to not feel embarrased about feeding my child in public, no matter how much people stared at me.

Desiree - posted on 10/21/2009

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I am 7 months pregnant and do not plan to breastfeed in public. I have always been one of the people to give weird looks or think it was rude to feed in public, so it would not be for me. To me, that is was a pump is for. Plus to me it would be easier to do what I need to get done. But, my little boy is not here yet so I might change my mind once I am put in that position!

Thea - posted on 10/21/2009

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I bf in public. My youngest is now 12 months old and although she doesn't often need feeding whilst we are out, if she does I just pull my top up and feed her.
I find that if you wear a vest under your regular top then nothing is on show.
I have never had any comments about it!

BethAnn - posted on 10/21/2009

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I do with out a cover when I am by myself or with other female friends, but my hubby is a little awkward with it still so I got an uddercover for when we go places together.
He doesnt feel other people should be looking at "his wife's boobs" the funny part about that is the fact that I work at HOOTER'S lmao BUT I respect him enough to put that on when we are together. I refuse to feed her in a bathroom and my response to being asked to is "If you think I should feed my baby toilet, then it's ok for me to piss on your table"

Megan - posted on 10/21/2009

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I also breastfeed in public, always with a blanket to cover up the baby. I've done it everywhere from a plane to a restaraunt. If you don't feel uncomfortable then no one else will. If it's your family and friends telling you to go somewhere else explain to them that breastfeeding is best for the baby and they can't expect you to sit around the house all day. If it's a stranger-tell them to mind their own businness! Good Luck

Ann - posted on 10/21/2009

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My son is 9 months old and I still have to breastfeed when I'm out in public, I know people say not to be ashamed and just do it, but it makes me really uncomfortable, and speople give me looks like I'm the weirdest person alive. In their defense when I was younger and saw a woman breastfeeding (even under a blanket) it was like fascinating and bizarre to me. So maybe thats all it is? just stick it out! Your doing a great job, don't let weird looks make you feel bad.

Cristina Saylon - posted on 10/20/2009

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it's ok when you breastfeeding your baby in public. it is show your love and care to your baby...don't mind other. just be proud you are a mother...

Kristal - posted on 10/20/2009

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I did. My twins are older now. Its not against the law so don't let them tell you how or where to feed your baby. By law you could walk in someplace, take your top off and feed your baby. As long as your nipples aren't showing your doing nothing wrong. Tell them to shove it next time.

Lori - posted on 10/20/2009

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I told a lady once it was either I breastfeed or have a screaming baby and I opted for a happy content loved baby and she could go stick it.... E brunswick mall in nj had a nurse in like 5 yrs ago to support breastfeeding moms....

Lyndsay - posted on 10/20/2009

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I absolutely believe that breastfeeding in public is absolutely fine and NO ONE should judge! I also know that I am very self-conscious about my breasts (they are very large already- and now are just rediculous since I am breastfeeding). So, I finally decided to try covering up just before taking my daughter on a plane to my mom's. I checked out those breastfeeding covers and they cover up just like a poncho! Luckily, when ponchos were in style, I was all about them! So, I grabbed one and it worked great! I hold my daughter's head from the other side of the poncho so that I can pull tight enough to keep the opening wide enough to be able to see my daughter. It worked really well on the plane!

Lucy - posted on 10/20/2009

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I BF in public and never cover up (would you like to eat with a blanket on your head?) Nor would i feed in a bathroom, thats gross! If my babies hungry then i will feed her regardless of what other morons around me think!

Lisa - posted on 10/19/2009

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i generally try to feed before I go out, but sometimes your little one just gets hungry! I have tried many different approaches to nursing in public--back before I got all stylish I wore baggy t-shirts and just put my baby under my shirt. ppl would look at me funny because my shirt was all lumpy. lol. but then they'd see feet kicking or something and realize what was going on and leave me alone.
then of course you have the hot baby, nothing on face nursing..I'd just pop it out, latch baby on and the people I'm with would casually look away while I'm gettng baby latched on, but once in a while you get someone who stares. I just look at them and say, oh I'm going to nurse now, do you mind?
and they look away. once baby is on everything is covered.
once my g-ma told me to cover up and I said "what!? you see more at the beach then you do here" and she shut up.
I did do the bathroom nursing thing and it was awkward, so I stopped. I think that's when I realized I want to be comfortable while nursing and stopped caring what others did/thought.
I did look up nursing laws in my state and I am happy to report nobody can kick me out of anywhere for nursing.
there are those baby covers that you can get that allow you to look down and see your baby and don't really fall on the baby's face if you don't want others to see, but other than that--you are doing a good thing.
ooh yeah, one more story--I took my daughter to my son's school in a sling and she got tired and hungry so I popped her on and nobody around even knew she was there! not until she woke up and made noise and I took her out. everyone around me was surprised that I'd had a baby in my arms the entire time. then of course they all had to coo. :)
so slings are also a great way to nurse discreetly.

Rikki Lee - posted on 10/19/2009

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What state do you live in? I know here in Texas it is a State Law that you are allowed to breast-feed your child in Any public place & no one is allowed to tell you that you have to leave! I was a little uncomfortable with doing it @ 1st after I had my daughter 2 years ago, but I quickly got over it! You have to just ignore all of the looks that you may get because you are doing the best thing for your child & if they don't like it they can get up & go somewhere else! I now have a 4 month old son which I exclusively breastfeed like I did my daughter & I have absolutely no qualms about feeding him in public! I cover up so if someone doesn't like it that's their problem not mine. I'm not going to let my child starve because someone else is being a prude cuz he has to eat just like the rest of them! :)

Summer - posted on 10/19/2009

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i breastfeed in public ALL THE TIME. and to make matters worse i live in the SOUTH!!! what i did wa go to the breastfeeding laws site and it will breakdown all 50 states and there laws, i printed it off and carry it in my diaper bag 24/7.... for that JUST IN CASE... also if i get wierd looks i give them right back, also if someone says i should go hide i very simply ask them, would they go hide to eat when they are hungry??? i cover up (for the most part),unless lil bit pulls it off) and i know im doing whats best for my daughter, if they dont like it then " sod off". women have been feeding thier children this way since the beginning of time... its the most natural thing a woman does other than give birth.... When i was younger i developed the " i dont care what you think" mantality... and dont really care what others think about me... i try not to openly offend others, but i dont hide from people anymore either. if they dont like it they need to deal with it. not you. its thier insecurities their inability to be that open, and show that much love for thier child. im not going to go hide in the bathroom to eat my lunch why should my daughter, its not like im whippin my boob out and playing with it in public, and another thing, most shirts women ware hese days shows MORE boob then i do when feeding my daughter!!!







now i am a breastfeeding consultant and get paid to teach othre women to feed, and i get pais to feed in public, its GREAT!!!!!!!

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I did breastfeed in public but was fairly discrete about it. I didn't sit in the corner or anything just somewhere comfortable and quiet (babies get increasingly nosey as they get older and it gets difficult to keep them interested in getting fed when there's a lot else going on!) I seem to remember it was fairly easy once I'd got into the swing of it to be able to get the feed going and often my clothes would sort of cover up most of my boob anyway! I never had any problems but you are in public and people will think they have the right to have an opinion, it is a public space so I guess they're entitled. It's such a shame that boobs have become so sexualised that their real purpose has been kinda lost...oh stop me now before I get on my soapbox. Just remember it is best for the baby but it might be good to be discrete!
Hope that helps???
Emma

Iysha - posted on 10/19/2009

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I have never breastfed, I chose to bottle feed my daughter. I encountered a woman at The hospital's NICU Reunion start to breastfeed her son and I was the one who felt awkward. lol. I happend to look right her way when she took out her breast and turned the other way. I was embarrassed...I thought what if she thought I was looking at her. I don't have a problem with women breastfeeding, in public or not, but that lady actually made a comment about me... I was feeding my baby with a bottle at the same time. So yes, I did give her a dirty look....but she started it. lol



It surprises the hell out of me how people just can't accept that moms need to feed their babies when they are out. What is the big freaking deal? Babies need to be fed. If they feel uncomfortable about someone feeding their child, they can look away like I did or go somewhere else... It's not like because you're there they need to stare straight at you! You have every right to be there as they do. Feeding a child in the car is hard and uncomfortable with a bottle, I can only imagine how hard it is breastfeeding there. I mean, I couldn't do it in a chair or in my bed! And feeding your baby in the bathroom?!? That's just crazy...People don't eat where they poop!



My suggestion is to just do whatever you want....If you want to breastfeed at a store in the mall, at a pizza place, in a park...you go right ahead =] Take the stares, dirty looks, and comments with a grain of salt. If anyone makes you feel uncomfortable for you doing your job as a mommy, tell them to stick it in their juice box and suck it =]

Minnie - posted on 10/19/2009

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Of course I do. My one year old still nurses at least once an hour- and I would never deny her comfort and nutrition just because others around me are backwards prudes.

We don't cover either. Don't like it, don't look!

Kayla - posted on 10/19/2009

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Hello. I had my first son at the age of 18. I did breastfeed him. Also in public. I got some weird looks but I never let that stop me from feeding my son. I on the other hand never got told to feed him in a bathroom. I would have put a stop to that, because would they eat their food in a bathroom?!?!? Hang in there you are doing the rite thing regaurdless what others may think or say. Im also going to breastfeed my new baby once I have her next month.

Leah - posted on 10/18/2009

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I have only just stopped breast feeding but when I did if my daughter had to eat then I'd feed her. I always had a cover and if the option of a parents room was there I'd use it. But I would never have let her go hungry just to make people more comfortable.
I understand it makes some people uncomfortable but at the end of the day, your baby has to eat!

Michelle - posted on 10/18/2009

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I do discretely and selectively. It doesn't bother me to say do it in church but it's not really convenient to do it in say a grocery store. I couldn't do it as much with my son because he wasn't happy unless it was all out there and I couldn't ever be discreet with him. My daughter is cool with the cover so we do it in all sorts of places. As a matter of fact we have memberships to our local zoo and children's museum and there are usually a bunch of other moms there when we go during the week that are nursing too. I have come up against some people who wanted me to leave and gave me dirty looks at other places (like malls and restaurants). It's kind of a mixed bag response. I'm always discreet about it and have finally found a nursing cover that I like a lot. I figure if I'm being discreet and respectful about it, it's fine. Just do it. One summer when I was in college I was giving tours of a historic house and I had a woman that breastfed while taking the tour. I've never found anything that made it really comfortable to do it while walking like that but I always thought that was pretty cool. Considering the things people feel perfectly okay about doing and saying in public now I don't really think breastfeeding should be a big deal. If you can be respectful and discreet I say go for it and forget the other people.

Kellie - posted on 10/18/2009

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I did many times. Sometimes I would do fine. My cover would work and my little guy would nurse just like at home. But other times I couldn't get comfortable or my baby would get mad that my cover was on his face. Or I would feel like people were staring at me. I have a friend who didn't nurse her baby at all and she says that sometimes women would give her dirty looks for NOT breastfeeding. Ya just can't win.



Restaurants with booths are easier than tables. A lot of malls and stores like Macy's have nursing rooms off from the bathroom. It sucks using the car if it's really hot or cold. I say be proud!!

Erin - posted on 10/18/2009

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I'm currently breastfeeding my second boy. My eldest was weaned at about a year (when I found out I was expecting again) and now my youngest is 5 1/2 months. Since I don't plan to hide in my house, I got used to feeding in public. I have a nursing shawl that I use most of the time in public. If I've forgotten it, I do keep a blanket in the diaper bag for emergencies. We were in CA at the time I had my eldest and I actually got praised multiple times for breastfeeding in public. I did nurse my youngest once in a bathroom. We were traveling across South Dakota and the only place that was not filled with smoke at the gas station we stopped at was the bathroom. The attendant brought me a chair so I didn't have to sit on the toilet and then brought a toy for my eldest to play with while I nursed. However, for the most part, I just nurse when and where I need to. If I'm covered up, then anyone that has a problem with it can just look the other way.

Aniesha - posted on 10/18/2009

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I breastfeed in public regularly. I don't really care anymore about if I get looks or not. If anyone told me to go to the car or bathroom etc, I'd tell them to go get stuffed. I've heard a lot of Mums say "You don't eat your meals in the toilet, so I'm not going to feed my child in there". It's completely natural, & the best option for both you & your baby, & if people have a problem with it, well, they can deal with it or leave!

Lynlee - posted on 10/18/2009

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When our son was first born I was so scared to feed him even in front of my parents and in-laws but I gave myself a talking to, considering I wanted to feed for at least two years and I decided I couldn't hide away for that amount of time whenever he was hungry. So I forced myself to feed our son in public all the time and everywhere, restaurants, fields, open air concerts etc and never got any dirty looks or was asked to leave. If I had been asked to leave I would have refused but it never came up. I have heard of other women being asked to leave cafes etc when breastfeeding though. I never used a cover either - there is enough to contend with, trying to latch baby, hold the shirt up etc without having to keep a cover on your shoulder too. Any way I didn't think I should have to cover my breast and there was so little showing with baby's head in the way. We had a new parents room built in our shopping mall and they had cubicles with curtains for breastfeeding mothers and other couches in the main area for bottlefeeding mothers - not that it was signposted this way but that's how it turned out. I purposely breastfed our son in the open area or in a cubicle with the curtain wide open as I refused to be hidden away. I also wanted to give a good example to other mums who may be too scared to feed in public.

Malika - posted on 10/18/2009

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i breastfeed in public constantly and have never recieved weird looks...i dont think people notice. i live in nyc. i guess its not a big deal here. i am discrete. keep going, dont pay attention to those people!



i also got a nursing cover and it helps me stay covered.

April - posted on 10/18/2009

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i only recently started taking my little one out into public. she just turned a month old. I have only nursed her twice, in public.. she isn't use to being covered while nursing and would let go which made it hard for me to go blind trying to get her to latch back on. i finally ended up covering as much of my breast as i could without covering her face (so we could still look at each other), she seemed to like that. I also tried to be discreet, not because I was ashamed or thought what i was doing wrong. I dont really care what others think either, but I dont like the idea of being a stumbling block for others. personally, even if you dont cover at all you are probably showing less of your breast then alot of women who walk down the street or are on billboards. there is no reason to deliberately make a show of yourself ( breastfeeding is a time for baby and mommy to bond. a moment of intimacy [in to me see]. in a world were people do not share themselves seeing that intimacy can overwhelm them. and though its beautiful it scares them because of that beauty.), however, dont be ashamed either.

so go for it girl. you and your baby deserve that 'bonding' even in public if you so desire. but do you really want to invite the world into that special moment with your child?

i think i will continue to feed in public but in as private a way as possible. to preserve those special moments between my daughter and I. I like talking to her and watching her smile and don't like the world invading my time with her and judging either of us. why take a moment meant to bless my baby with good thoughts regarding herself and me and allow others to be a part of deciding what is good and right?

Jamie - posted on 10/18/2009

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I do, and you should NEVER feel bad about it. I wear a nursing cover, but don't feel that's necessary as long as you are discrete. When people look at me, I just give them a huge smile. I've never had anyone get mad at me. My MIL asked me where the bottles where and I told her they were attached to me. That shut her up. If people say something, I would just politely say you are doing what is best for your baby and if they don't like it, they can go somewhere else. You have the right to do it, by law. It's good to nurse in public so other moms don't feel so alone, in my opinion. It will never become "normal" if we don't keep doing it and showing people it is.

Emma - posted on 10/18/2009

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My son hates having a cover over him when he feeds, it was summer and he got too hot and now he just gets fussy. I did once feed him in a restaurant, we were in a corner and a booth but i had some teenage boys just gawking at me. Now if we are out I time it so we are in my truck when he's due to feed and thank goodness i have tinted windows as well. But it took me some time to get comfy do this as it was and i still get tons of looks i go and sit in the truck with him. People need to grow up and let mommy's feed their babes when they need to!

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While I dont have any hang-ups about breastfeeding in public, I generally try to feed my daughter before we go out or before we go into the store simply because it's easier for me to have her happily fed and content so we can get in and out faster. Her and I both hate feeding with a cover, and I usually only try to cover when we're in an airplane. A nursing tank top is awesome for feeding out in public/around lots of people.

Hanna - posted on 10/18/2009

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Hi Stacy,



i have never had your problem as my son refused to latch on no matter how hard we tried, so i ended up pumping & bottle feeding, but i definitely know how bad that feels. there have been instances when i had to go to the car, the bathroom, find a quiet spot somewhere & pump and have gotten looks. one time, i actually got a nasty comment from a lady, ironically in babies r us, about how i'm not a real mother because i use a breast pump. i told her that if she thinks she can get him to latch on, to go for it, i'll be all too happy to not have to carry around an extra bag, but that top lactation consultant in Miami couldn't do it in 8 hrs. that shut her up.

personally, i could care less what they think or say -- if it's ok for girls to walk around with their thongs sticking out i really don't see the harm in something as natural as breastfeeding or pumping milk for a baby.



i would just ignore it -- it's people being narrow-minded or sexually repressed. that's their own problems & shortcomings, not yours. and if they really feel uncomfortable by your actions, i don't think u're putting a gun to their head & making them watch -- they can look somewhere else & if it violates their strict moral code that badly, then they can move or leave.

you have a responsibility to provide the best future possible for your baby and breastfeeding is an essential part of it. go for it! be proud of yourself! you are brave enough to breastfeed, commend yourself for it, a lot of women couldn't do what you're doing! good luck to you!

Sade - posted on 10/18/2009

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i understand completely but its a natural thing and i have gotten to the point where i dont care anymore you have to feed your child do people hide when they eat I dont think so good luck i know its awkward but you can do it

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Ask them if they would like to eat their meals in a car/bathroom. It makes me sick how ignorant people are. You are doing the absolute best thing for your baby. Keep nursing, it's your baby's right to eat when they are hungry and you are protected by law to breastfeed in public. No one gives bottle feeding moms dirty looks do they? You are doing the same thing. Breastfeeding is natural and beautiful. Nurse away, Mom!

Kristina - posted on 10/18/2009

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i breastfed both my girls n whist doin so i quite happily walked round asda to do the weekly shop feedin my eldest...i got lots of funny looks too but i was covered up n nobody could see anything so i jus made comments such as "my god im feedin my baby its not as if im walkin around naked " blah blah ....comment loud enough n people soon stop starin n if they dont well who cares there the ones in the rong for not allowin us to do wats best for our babies

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