The great nursing debate rages on, despite breast feeding sit ins and loads of lactivism. We went to talk to some real women to see how they felt about breast feeding in public and here’s what they had to say.
So what do you think? As moms and women, are you put in an awkward place when you see a boob in public or are you empowered and proud?
A Lactation Education
Get news, product information, how-to videos and a hearty laugh from the women of Breastfeeding.com.
Nursing Out Loud
Jennifer Laycock stays abreast of the issues and offers insights, tips and a bit of personal perspective in her blog The Lactivist.
Hungry for History?
Jennifer James, author of the Black Breastfeeding Blog, scours the Library of Congress for photographs of breastfeeding mothers through the ages.
Pumping in Practice
Did you know that the FDA regulates breast pumps? And did you know that they have an entire site dedicated to helping moms choose and use breast pumps? Well, now you do.
Weaning the War
When to wean, that is the post-breastfeeding question. At Kids Health, learn the signs that your baby is ready for solids and how to help them make the shift.
Some Friendly Advice
Rebecca Odes and Ceridwen Morris have been in various stages of pregnancy or new momdom for 5 years running. The two friends created a go-to site offering decent, open-minded and agenda-free advice at The New Mom.
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