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    Default Feeding rooms ... are NOT toilets !!!!

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    "If you are not willing to eat your lunch in the bathroom, then don't expect me to feed my kid there!"

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    Love it.

    I have said that very thing to a security guard and a complex manger when I was asked to feed in the toilets or in a car on a 40 degree day. That was 21st years ago. Thank god it only ever happened once.

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    A lot of the nursing rooms around here have toilets in close proximity to the feeding chair as well, causing the rooms to have a bad odor. Making it not a very pleasant experience to try and feed in privacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    A lot of the nursing rooms around here have toilets in close proximity to the feeding chair as well, causing the rooms to have a bad odor. Making it not a very pleasant experience to try and feed in privacy.

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    This. I used the feeding room last weekend and someone had used the toilet in the parents room and the air con carried the smell into the rest of the parents room. It was foul. Would have been better off out in the middle of the shopping centre comfort wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    A lot of the nursing rooms around here have toilets in close proximity to the feeding chair as well, causing the rooms to have a bad odor. Making it not a very pleasant experience to try and feed in privacy.

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    I find the smell of the nappy bins worse than the smell of someone using the toilets.

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    The combination of both the toilet and unemptied nappy bins make it incredibly unpleasant. The nursing rooms in my local shopping centre aren't much bigger than a bedroom size wise so it is a confined space and no kind of separation for each amenity

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    yeah nappy bins make some of them very unpleasant

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    Agree, feeding rooms are usually rather disgusting.

    I'm all for grab a latte, sit at a coffee shop, flop out a boob, and feed in comfort

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Trooper View Post
    Agree, feeding rooms are usually rather disgusting.

    I'm all for grab a latte, sit at a coffee shop, flop out a boob, and feed in comfort
    Yep, this is what I do.

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    yeah I did that mostly too. But I bottle fed so was easier


 

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