Less social pressure appreciated by mums

Apr 11, 2012 Full story: The Star Canterbury

HAPPY PAIR: Mum Katie Marshall, with 8-month-old Audrey, says mothers should spend less time judging each other's choices about breastfeeding.

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Since: May 11

Hastings, New Zealand

#1 Apr 11, 2012
I dont even understand why this is an issue? the breasts are designed for that primary function, to feed and nurture their young!

My mate did it in front of me with her chid i have no problem with it?
I dont think ooh i get to see some titty, that is just weird and its weird for people who are against this to think this way!

If the mothers diet consists of beer, junkfood etc then maybe formula would be a better choice.

but if a baby is upset while your at a cafe or diner wouldnt it be more convenient for the child to have a breast at hand? pulling out your breast to feed a child is for a physiological purpose for the baby, its not to exhibit your rack to the public?? i'd find it offensive when a girl has half her ass hanging out on a hot day and i have to take her seat, nice sticky sweaty girl seat.

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