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<p>My boss (actually my boss' boss) called me in to his office today.  I was freaking out thinking I did something wrong, but it turns out he had to ask me to use a different room to pump in.  Poor guy, I think he was more embarrassed than I was!  Plus he's long-winded by nature so he was kinda drawing out the agony when a simple "The people on 1st floor asked me to have you use the next office over to pump in, the one you're using sometimes has patient data accessible" would have been enough.  But no, I had to get the history, who asked, how they figured out it was me, why I can't use it, why the other office is better, what about the lactation room in the other building, blah blah blah.  Okay, I get it, use the other office, no problem, let me out of here!</p>
 

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<p>Ha ha ha.  Oh, that is so awkward! Is this a small company? I'm surprised they didn't designate a female human resources representative to have "the conversation" with you or something. I can just imagine this conversation with some of my bosses and it just feels so terribly awkward! It funny, though, because it happened to someone else. <img alt="smile.gif" class="bbcode_smiley" src="http://files.mothering.com//images/smilies/smile.gif"></p>
 

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<p>It's not really a small company, I think they just figured it wasn't anything to go to HR about.  And it's not, really, he was just making it out to be more than it was.  "Awkward" is exactly the word!</p>
 
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