It's a "pump"kin.
The initiative is meant to normalize breastfeeding.
The beauty of tandem nursing.
Cracked nipples. Engorged breasts. Improper latches. Mastitis. Bites. Nursing on demand every two hours. Loss of independence. And now, judgmental stares and nasty comments. For most mothers, disapproval, from strangers is the least of our worries. We've given birth. We're enduring a level of sleep deprivation most would consider a form of torture. We're tough. We can handle it. But, why should we?
Nursing a baby in public is hard enough. But nursing a toddler is a whole other ball game. The disapproving stares. The negative comments. You've heard it all, right? You probably don't know many other mothers who breastfeed their babies beyond 6 months. Your friends and family may question you. And tell you it's strange to continue to nurse your toddler. But your little man loves nursing. He's vibrantly healthy. Emotionally secure. And you cherish it. It feels normal. Natural. So what should you do?
“I bet this won't be reported, because you can see this picture in every mall you step into, huge and blown up outside the store."
These heroines prove that nursing is normal.
There is a stigma around public breastfeeding that causes mothers to be shamed. However, the act is one of the most natural