The pic was taken to prove a point, I don't think there is anything wrong with the photo at all. I'm a very open breastfeeder, but I would not have been comfortable pumping in a room with 20 people in proximity... and no, in a portaloo is NOT a valid option.
But I hate breastpumps! Great things when you need them, but horrid things all the same!!
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Well I will add that this winery is rude and doesn't pay there bills! They are in a lot of debt ATM for not paying suppliers etc my friend just cut all ties with them after all her cheques bounced for months then they said it was because her cake was terrible! She supplied the wedding cakes for their packages.
I think this girl was ott. In all honesty I think she wanted her 5 mins of breast feeding fame which is sad. It might help get us woman more acceptance & areas but I don't think so. She's not shy she's arrogant. If she's at sea & vines she's probably had few too many anyway... Just saying
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12-06-2014 08:05 #88
@CitrusRain this is all so true.
I'm surprised of the lack of support on the hub.
When I went back to work I had to pump during the day and found it really confronting to have to explain to other males employees about my pumping business.
I would never dream of pumping in public
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12-06-2014 08:49 #90
If I was in her situation and planning an outing to an all day wine festival, my primary concern would be working out how and where I could express milk. I would most certainly ring the venue if I didn't have a vehicle available to sit in for some privacy.
I think she should have thought ahead and planned rather than rocking up and expecting she'd be offered a private spot. I don't think it's an unreasonable thing for her to request, but it is unreasonable to expect them to be able to cater for her instantly without prior warning.
By no means can I excuse the winery treating her so rudely though. They could have offered her the facility of the closed toilets. I'm guessing the staff responsible were of the immature variety.
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