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    We've all heard of the cradle hold, the football hold, and side-lying positions. However, there are many ways to breastfeed a baby! The "Look Mom No Hands" Position The "Who Need Privacy?" Position The "Don't Drop Me Or You'll Regret It" Position The "Yoga Used to Be So Relaxing"...
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    Most moms who breastfeed know the familiar feeling of multitasking around the house with a baby attached to the breast. This mother did the same thing at work, and the world loved it! Let's face it; it's not easy putting on a bathing suit shortly after giving birth. But what about putting one...
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    Some breastfeeding mamas cover up when Baby's nursing; some don't. Some mamas want to go to a private room; some breastfeed wherever they please. Facebook Group Breastfeeding Mama Talk posted this photo to show you how to breastfeed in public the "respectful way."...
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    Among the amazing benefits of breastfeeding is its convenience. You literally need nothing else but yourself, anywhere and anytime, to feed your baby. This is a great perk, but not everyone is comfortable with whipping out their boob in public when Baby is hungry. Power to the moms who aren't...
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    Most campaign ads are painful to watch. However, this Wisconsin governor might capture your attention. I don't know about you, but I could barely take a shower when I had a 4-month-old baby. Yet, here's Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate, Kelda Helen Roys, creating her first campaign ad, looking...
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    Idaho is the only state in the nation that does not have laws protecting nursing moms. That may soon change! It's hard to believe in this day and age that there are still places in the United States where women can't comfortably breastfeed without fear of retribution. While forty-nine states...
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    You would be hard-pressed to find a mother who has breastfed in public without feeling shamed at one point or another. One place you won't find that, says the Pope: the Sistine Chapel. If you follow the latest breastfeeding news at all, you are likely aware of all the public places that moms...
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    In 2017, we were so glad to see mamas all over the globe work to show the world that breastfeeding their children was not only natural, but normal! While it's sad that we still have to work today to normalize feeding our children, these places mamas nursed helped bring awareness to not only the...
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    Brides and grooms make all kinds of requests surrounding their wedding, and rightfully so. However, one couple may have taken things too far when they asked nursing moms to breastfeed in the bathroom. A mom of two, who wanted to remain anonymous, took to the Facebook Page Breastfeeding Mama...
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    Moms often get unwanted advice from strangers, family, and friends regarding breastfeeding choices. One photographer hopes to shed light on the subtle negative messages that breastfeeding moms receive. In a project called "Latched with Love," Tennessee photographer, Nicki Kaylor, photographed...
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    One British poet has eloquently described what so many women feel while breastfeeding in public, perfectly summing up the double standard surrounding breasts in our society. Most anyone who has breastfed in public has experienced some form of discrimination. Whether it be an awkward comment or...
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    Despite the overwhelming consensus that breastfeeding is healthy for babies, many moms still face discrimination when feeding their children in a public area. One Illinois mom who was asked to be more discreet while breastfeeding has said enough is enough. On June 15th, Brei Theisen had taken...
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    Montana woman, Dawn Gordon-Wilcox, has initiated a breastfeeding campaign featuring life-sized cardboard cutouts of women breastfeeding their babies. The support of a community can make a huge difference for mothers who are on their breastfeeding journey. For many, lack of family and community...
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    A new initiative introduced to shopping malls in Colombia is displaying mannequins 'openly' breastfeeding in storefront windows to change attitudes towards nursing babies in public. Global healthcare company Abbott started a campaign in Colombia that was to persuade shopping malls (and...
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