Where have you fed in public this week?

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Ari's Mum
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Post by Ari's Mum » Wed Mar 16, 2011 11:32 am

I breastfed in my ergo today in a town which has low breastfeeding rates at the local supermarket :-D
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3 Little Woody's
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Post by 3 Little Woody's » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:08 pm

At my niece's 21st! Figured there might be some impressionable minds!

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ams
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Post by ams » Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:47 pm

wasn't me but I had a patient bf her toddler in the dental chair today
DS Aug '10

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Feebes
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Post by Feebes » Sun Mar 20, 2011 9:37 am

At the departmental store (near the change rooms so lots of people going past, DD2 kept coming of though, milk squirting everywhere and me all exposed :lol: ), at the thai restaurant, at the pub for lunch and at the kids sports.

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Post by Shelleybooby McBoobster » Sun Mar 20, 2011 9:57 am

At the local supermarket. There was a plastic chair on the inside of the store right next to the door. So while DH was taking care of the groceries and paying for it, I breastfed DS. Lots of people around, and our checkout lady was very pregnant with her 1st. I hope I was a good influence. I was going to tell her about ABA but DD was being a bit difficult.
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DellaWellaWoman
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Post by DellaWellaWoman » Sun Mar 20, 2011 10:02 am

Over the last two weeks:

Brisbane airport
BNE - PER flight
Perth airport
shuttle bus to our apartment
CAT buses in Perth
supermarket in Perth
walking the streets of Perth
Kings Park
train to Bunbury
in/around Busselton
animal petting farm
train back to Perth
Zoo
buses/airports/flights home :)
DD1 breastfed 6 years, 7 months
DD2 still going at 5 years :D
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pfongk
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Post by pfongk » Sun Mar 20, 2011 3:28 pm

At playgroup again, but this time there was a photographer there from the local paper. I wasn't too keen though on one of the prep kids coming up as I was feeding James and touching the top of my breast. This meant that James came off without opening his mouth as he was distracted.
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Post by MamaMagoO? » Sun Mar 20, 2011 9:25 pm

At the zoo with a group from playgroup. Not sure if any of them knew Little Magoo is still feeding before then- guess they do now!!! They are probably doubly shocked as I also confessed to being pregnant while we where out.
Little Magoo 07/08. Breastfed for 3yrs3mths.
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Post by j.j.c » Mon Mar 28, 2011 2:17 pm

At the Drs surgery right accross from a woman that had just breastfed her 4mth old after her needles....she covered everything with a blanket and made it look like a mammoth task. I just picked up bubba who is 15mths and fed her. hopefully she will be feeling for a while yet :-D
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Feebes
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Post by Feebes » Tue Apr 05, 2011 1:25 pm

At the public car park on the way to the city
Santos Stadium x 3
At the fish and chip shop
At the HUGE and very BUSY food court at the HUGE MASSIVE shopping centre in the city
At DD2's hearing assessment
At the automatic car wash. DD2 decided it was feed time while the car was getting washed, a little unusual!

On one of the occasions at Santos, I was feeding DD2 at the same time standing up in the big crowd cheering DD on while she was running her hurdles heat :shock: :lol: :-D

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Post by greenie » Sat Aug 06, 2011 4:13 pm

At the car dealership while the sales manager was pitching a car at us. It didn't put him off his stride at all :)
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Post by wilfred » Sat Aug 06, 2011 6:20 pm

hmmm where to begin....

at the football in the members stand. though i do this often.
at my local coffee shop
at my sons gala day for his football (got lots of stares)
at the park while the kids happily played
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DD1: 8.5 bf for 13 weeks
DS2: 6.5 bf for 26 months
DD2: 4 bf for 3 yrs and 2 weeks

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Post by Nomad Mum » Sat Aug 06, 2011 6:49 pm

- In the cafe at my local library - very comfy and I managed to eat a sandwich at the same time
- In the clinic's waiting room after DS got his immunizations

That's it...he tends to sleep quite deeply while being worn in his wrap/sling, or riding in a stroller, and wakes up when we get home so I don't actually do all that much feeding out and about.
DS May 2011

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pfongk
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Post by pfongk » Wed Aug 24, 2011 7:04 am

At the leagues club just after talking to another BFing mum about the joys of feeding toddlers in public and asking her where she got the plastic cup for water from. (If you're on here, sorry if I scared you and thanks for letting me know the cup came from the bar)
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Post by evolve77 » Thu Dec 22, 2011 4:32 pm

i fed our nearly 2 y.o. while we went on our first family sail on our new boat (sorry, haven't downloaded the photos yet). she was wearing a lifejacket so a bit bulky but between booby and all the food she hoovered down it kept her busy for the afternoon.

summer tip - remember to put sunscreen on areas that might be exposed when breastfeeding!!! got a touch burnt as i didnt do this.

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