This is not about photos. This is not about who has it worse. This is not even about breastfeeding and formula-feeding anymore. It's about how we view motherhood as a competition, how the powers that be monopolize on this competition and how the media loves to encourage it
We are not taking brelfies for attention. We are taking them to establish breastfeeding as a normal part of taking care of a baby.
Kotb's "TMI" comment incensed breastfeeding mothers across the country, prompting many to respond on Twitter and Facebook
In a February 25 brelfie-themed segment on the U.K. talk show "This Morning," mom and freelance journalist Angela Epstein