This social movement supports moms and their ability to know what’s best for their family. We encourage influential groups such as governments, organizations, associations, businesses and individuals to empower all moms and support their choices, even when they differ from their own. We believe in the power of education, not oppression. #SupportAllMoms
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There’s an international code many lactation professionals and baby-friendly hospitals are trying to follow, and it impacts how products related to breastfeeding and pumping are marketed to the public. Learn more about the code and how the WHO Code impacts moms here in the United States.
Just because moms have the right to breastfeed in public, doesn’t mean everyone will be supportive. The news is filled with moms who are constantly being attacked for nursing their babies on demand in public areas. We know it’s going to happen, so what can we do as breastfeeding supporters to help encourage moms whenever possible? The answer may seem simple, but sticking up for others isn’t always easy. Today we’re talking about how to support moms who choose to nurse in public.
We know those first days of life are extremely important in developing your breastfeeding relationship with your baby. So, what happens when most of that time is spent recuperating inside a hospital? What is the hospital’s role in the promotion of breastfeeding? Are hospitals doing enough or are some hospitals going too far to promote breastfeeding?