Snow Harper-Moulton
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snow

Auburn, NY

#1 Jan 2, 2013
Isn't it really attractive on facebook how snow has herself out there with her kid suckin on her? How discusting. No one wants to look at you! Cover up. Have some self respect.
dumb

Massena, NY

#2 Jan 2, 2013
Shes a breastfeeding consultant. She is a professional, and there is not one thing wrong with baring a partial breast to feed a child. You are the one who needs some self respect. Snow is a professional and a very good one. If anyone is having problems with nursing their child, please call her. She helped me obtain a free electric breastpump which helped my premature daughter drink breastmilk from a bottle for the first 6 months of her life. If seeing a partial breast bothers you, please stay off facebook, stay off the internet, stay off the t.v. and don't open any magazines or newspapers! Nudity is everywhere, at least Snow is feeding a child, not wearing a string bikini! Get over it.

Since: Dec 12

United States

#3 Jan 2, 2013
dumb wrote:
Shes a breastfeeding consultant. She is a professional, and there is not one thing wrong with baring a partial breast to feed a child. You are the one who needs some self respect. Snow is a professional and a very good one. If anyone is having problems with nursing their child, please call her. She helped me obtain a free electric breastpump which helped my premature daughter drink breastmilk from a bottle for the first 6 months of her life. If seeing a partial breast bothers you, please stay off facebook, stay off the internet, stay off the t.v. and don't open any magazines or newspapers! Nudity is everywhere, at least Snow is feeding a child, not wearing a string bikini! Get over it.
True, except she is breast feeding her kids until they're like 2 and half years old.
breastfeeding momma

Boston, MA

#4 Jan 2, 2013
There is absolutely nothing wrong with nursing your child upto age 3! I nursed all mine to atleast 30 months which is 2 1/2!
Breast feeding momma 2

Skaneateles, NY

#5 Jan 2, 2013
Ignorant people like you are the reason more people don't breast feed. There's nothing wrong with her picture. There's nothing sexual about breast feeding. I don't plan on breast feeding that long but that's my personal choice. People need to do what is best for them. Whether that be bottle or breast feeding. She has helped so many! Don't let anyone bring you down Snow!
jealous much

Auburn, NY

#6 Jan 2, 2013
Sounds more like a jealous sister starting this... maybe she should look at her own life and problems... snow is amazing and helped me thrum countless problems while nursing both of mmy babies and as a result I have two very happy healthy kids.. judging or starting a forum based on her profile picture only shows how ignorant and uneducated you are in the value of breastfeeding a child and all the benefits it has...
Breast feeding momma 2

Skaneateles, NY

#7 Jan 2, 2013
Get a clue! It's ignorant people like you that make breast feeding into a sexual thing. Keep doing what you do Snow! You've helped so many people!
Showing Snow support

Ilion, NY

#8 Jan 2, 2013
Honestly, the one that needs self-respect is the person that decided to take a stab at Snow on Topix. Who does that? Snow is one of the most giving people I know. She gives her own time to run one of the only breastfeeding support groups in the north country, and tirelessly answers text messages and questions regarding breastfeeding. She is there for these women when they need help and she does it because she cares. Don't let this bring you down Snow, you are a gem!!
There are probably about 50+ women in Massena alone that are showing just as much breast in their facebook pictures in the form of cleavage or skimpy bikinis. Snow is showing an act of love for her children. That is commendable, not worth insult!
Pro breastfeeder

Massena, NY

#9 Jan 2, 2013
The world health organization recommends breastfeeding until AT LEAST age 2. Even so, in Snow's picture her child is an infant, doing exactly what infants AND toddlers are supposed to do....drink human milk to grow big and strong and smart :-) Please don't bash people bc of their personal choice to breastfeed and take a picture of it...you see more boob than that at the beach or on MTV, come on!
Amen

Massena, NY

#10 Jan 2, 2013
Showing Snow support wrote:
Honestly, the one that needs self-respect is the person that decided to take a stab at Snow on Topix. Who does that? Snow is one of the most giving people I know. She gives her own time to run one of the only breastfeeding support groups in the north country, and tirelessly answers text messages and questions regarding breastfeeding. She is there for these women when they need help and she does it because she cares. Don't let this bring you down Snow, you are a gem!!
There are probably about 50+ women in Massena alone that are showing just as much breast in their facebook pictures in the form of cleavage or skimpy bikinis. Snow is showing an act of love for her children. That is commendable, not worth insult!
Snow was a GOD SEND when I needed help with feeding my son! In addition, I was fortunate enough to have her present at his birth! She truly is dedicated to helping new mothers and should respected for all the time she has donated to help those who ask it of her!
Thatslife

Utica, NY

#11 Jan 2, 2013
If you don't support Snow's choice of her Facebook picture.. You can always delete her from your friends list. There is no law against what she is doing and I know many mommys that do the same. It is pretty immature to start a topic on this site about her. She loves her children and is trying to do the best she can for them.
Littlemansboobie momma

Richland, NY

#12 Jan 2, 2013
Snow has been a God send to a lot of women including me! I think there is nothing more beautiful then a women nursing! Obviously the one who started this isn't mature enough to understand the true meaning of nature! Cover your own head!
lovely

United States

#13 Jan 2, 2013
Its pretty clear that you're a half-wit coward. I would just LOVE for someone to say something to her face, but do you know why you don't?- because you know just how uneducated and straight up stupid you would look. I breast feed my THREE year old and I would find it hilarious if someone talked smack to me. Sometimes a girl needs a good laugh. ;)
Snow, like you have told me a hundred+ times YOU CANT FIX STUPID!
erika

Danville, KY

#14 Jan 2, 2013
Snow is an amazing care provider in the delivery room and continuing for as long as we moms call on her. Her selfless care for her children, my child and all the babies she comes across is obvious to me and I will always appreciate the support that she has given to my family. I feel that her photo is another way that she offers support to moms. Breastfeeding in public normalizes it. If everyone with a baby did, we would not be having this discussion. Family knowledge of breastfeeding was broken by our consumer culture a few generations ago and Snow is one of those amazing women who is helping us rebuild it. My child is still nursing at 13 months and we are both reaping the amazing benefits. We hope to make it at least to the World Health Organization minimum recommendation of two years. Tons of thanks to Snow for all her help along the way!
danny

Somerville, MA

#15 Jan 2, 2013
All you numbskulls just gave some dignity to an idiotic just trying to get a rise out of people. And a few of those replays were articulate and well thought out. Ignore policy like that and maybe they will go away.
danny

Somerville, MA

#16 Jan 2, 2013
Loll damned auto correct.... people.... replays..
stu

Massena, NY

#17 Jan 2, 2013
danny wrote:
All you numbskulls just gave some dignity to an idiotic just trying to get a rise out of people. And a few of those replays were articulate and well thought out. Ignore policy like that and maybe they will go away.
It has opened up a great conversation of some peoples rejection to breastfeeding!
mine

Hailesboro, NY

#18 Jan 3, 2013
Yeah....women the world over want what we have, the freedoms our society gives us, and we're holding up the societal norms if third world countries as an example to strive for? If they can chew steak they don't need any more breast milk, ladies. At that point it has nothing more to so with the child's best interests, but your own ego.
erika

Danville, KY

#19 Jan 4, 2013
mine wrote:
Yeah....women the world over want what we have, the freedoms our society gives us, and we're holding up the societal norms if third world countries as an example to strive for? If they can chew steak they don't need any more breast milk, ladies. At that point it has nothing more to so with the child's best interests, but your own ego.
I know that this discussion was opened for the sole purpose of hurting a kind, upstanding member of the North Country community, so I probably should not be surprised by such a comment, but I am. I am always surprised and hurt when strangers make such unkind judgements about mothers who are doing their best for their children and the people who help them. I hope such comments are made out of a lack of knowledge and not a genuine desire to hurt others so I usually feel the need to try to offer facts and another viewpoint, assuming the best in others.

Extended breastfeeding is not (usually) about a mother's ego. It is about doing what we believe will help our children thrive. Yes, if they can eat regular food, they do not need breastmilk. However, children do not need tee-ball, art classes, music lessons, or even most of the toys we give them. However, we do it because we want our children to have more than what they need to survive, we want them to have what we can give them to help them thrive.

I hope you will consider a couple bits information about breastfeeding after one year of age (extended breastfeeding) from sources generally accepted to be relatively unbiased and well-respected. There is, of course, a lot more information out there, if you wish to look for it.

According to the Mayo Clinic, extended breastfeeding offers balanced nutrition, boosted immunity and improved health. They state, "There's no known age at which breast milk is considered to become nutritionally insignificant for a child." ( http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/extended-bre... )

According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, breastfeeding beyond one year is normal and to be encouraged in women who want to do so because of "the ongoing benefits to the child of extended breastfeeding, including continued immune protection, better social adjustment, and having a sustainable food source in times of emergency." And we all know about emergencies caused by natural disasters lately.( http://www.aafp.org/online/en/home/policy/pol... )

Thank you for reading this far! I wish you and your family health and joy in the new year!
wow

Auburn, NY

#20 Jan 4, 2013
its not that, you click on her pics and then you see her breasts all flopped out, maybe if i take pics of mine and all the women of massena, that would get some attention, it would be alright if we put a small child in the pic right?

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