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The Do’s and Don'ts of Nursing Etiquette
One would think that in today’s desensitized society, baring a breast to nourish and comfort
a child would wouldn't raise an eye.Yet, public nursing is sometimes viewed as taboo. However, breast feeding in public is legal in forty-five states and those laws specifically allow women to breast feed in any public or private location. In order to help guide new moms on what is most common practice we put together a list of Do's and Don'ts when nursing in public.
Don’t expose the nipple. This can tricky sometimes, but try to avoid it as best as you can.
Don’t be surprised or offended if people stare. It happens. Especially when you are in
public where people like to people watch.
Don’t overreact to negative feedback. Respond to people in a respectful manner and let them know that it is legal to breast feed in public. Think of this as an opportunity to educate the public.
Do it confidently. If you are self-conscious about what you might be revealing, practice
at home in front of a mirror until you feel like you have the hang of it.
Do look for mother-friendly options available in public such as nursing
rooms and nursing lounges.
Do find the right clothing. This will make nursing simple and inconspicuous.
Belly Bandit’s® Mother Tucker™ Nursing Tank has slenderizing compression with stylish design to make it the most fashionably functional nursing tank on the market. Nursing moms no longer have to sacrifice style for function. This nursing tank has been engineered with slide-over cups for easy nursing access, which makes breast feeding in public more comfortable and discreet.