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    I wonder if it would have been mentioned if it was a 12 week old?

    I hate that there seems to be so much more stigma around breastfeeding when the child is 12 months or more

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    Well he suggested the other news reporter who just came back from giving birth ( he's either 3 weeks or months- Sydney girl) that she shouldn't breast feed in public and that's were the expressing comment came from

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    How ridiculous! Expressing is actually a lot of work. And not everyone can express that well.
    I'll still never understand what the big deal is with public breastfeeding......grow up!


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    What an idiot statement. I hope he is reborn as a breastfeeding mother of twins. He can see how easy expressing and bottlefeeding in public is then. Specially when you cant microwave breastmilk and all the parents rooms I have been in only have a microwave.


 

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