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What's your favorite nursing cover?

Props to those mamas that let it all hang out. Boobs were made for breastfeeding and I love that some women feel comfortable nursing without a cover. 707 more words

How to Breastfeed in Public

I breastfed Emelia until she was two and a half and now I’m beginning my breastfeeding journey with Everett. I’ve spent a lot of time with my boob in a small child’s mouth; that sounds weird, but it’s true. 339 more words


Battle of the Boob

 November 3rd, 2016 | Mandi Mitchell 

Got milk?

Our society is one with many opinions. Recently, breastfeeding in public has become a huge controversy. The decisions you decide to make for your own child apparently warrant an opinion from everyone else.

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What Shame Teaches: On Nursing in Public

Today, my baby girl is five months old.

Parenthood is full of paradoxes, no doubt, but on the occasion of this tiny birthday, I’m fixated on one in particular: how we choose to raise our young is such an intensely personal thing, and yet so many of those choices must be acted out in full view of others. 2,369 more words

Breastfeeding Uncovered

Today I am proud of myself. Today I breastfed in public entirely uncovered. No blanket, no baby carrier, no scarf, nothing. And you no what? No one flinched! 221 more words

Nursing And Milk-sharing

Top Tops

At this point in my life (nursing/working momma), I seriously cannot be bothered with tight, skin-skimming shirts, non-breathable fabrics, or even too much detail (too tempting for little baby hands to grab/pull/eat/slober all over). 562 more words


The Beauty in You

The Rumi quote, “The beauty you see in me is a reflection of you,” appeared in one of my social media feeds, and it gave me pause to remember the beauty of this quote and further contemplate its meaning. 1,026 more words