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david mcglinchey Jul 17
as a Dad I cannot claim to be a expert, but you have got it wrong, Mum and baby just do what they want to do, anyone offended give them your eye masks, some earplugs & maybe have a "its not all about YOU conversation" with them. Good luck
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World Health Organization (WHO) 16h
🤱🏿🤱🤱🏾🤱🏻🤱🏽🤱🏼 Breast milk provides the perfect source of early nutrition for babies. We all can support mothers to breastfeed ANYWHERE! 🎥
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Made to Mum Jul 16
Shocked and appalled by the reaction of when they were confronted about asking a mother to cover up her one year old while they fed! 😠 The right to feed your child is LEGALLY protected, so I don't think we need your permission OK? 🛑
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Professor Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones Jul 13
The Victorians never cease to amaze me: photos from the 1840s & 50s depict women breastfeeding, which was, of course, a symbol of a devoted mother. These images were not publically displayed but were prized keepsakes for the family circle THREAD
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Kendra Pelkey Jul 17
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Milking Mommas Jul 14
So true! 🤱❤ Do you agree mommies?
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Nina Jul 12
Being a mom and getting to provide sustenance for my baby has been my greatest gift in life!
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Viksta Jul 17
Disappointed , ridiculous antiquated policy. Fear of offending is a dangerous foundation for making rules! Where do you draw the line??But overjoyed at how many people are speaking out for mums and breastfeeding.
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Hazel Chu Jul 17
. policy made me think of this pic. Please avert your eyes or unfollow me if you feel offended 😉 This was me at election count as I fed my 18 mth old while waiting for the results. Hall full of people & not a single person gave a toss
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BfN Jul 17
It's ...who knew?! In any case, it's the perfect excuse to use the lovely emoji all day long 🤱
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Sophia Goslings Jul 17
Found in the book “Cabine”. A KLM flight attendant in uniform putting a baby to breast. this was 44yrs ago! Why are you going backwards?! I expect more from a progressive Dutch company!
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Hayley Jul 16
Replying to @KLM @HeatherYemm
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Kate McGinnis Jul 14
FYI to families. is NOT family friendly! Do not fly with them!
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Dr Alexey Kulikov Jul 14
Not enough costs the global economy almost $1 billion each day due to lost productivity and healthcare costs.
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Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine - Australia & NZ Jul 14
We are very excited to share that Dr Alison Stuebe will be speaking at Medicine - Evidence and Clinical Practice 2020. She is a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist who passionately advocates for holistic models of care in the 4th trimester.
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Laura Baggott Jul 13
Saturday afternoon and still in bed. But these days it’s because this little chap is a hungry monster
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BirthWise 2h
Given today’s controversy over a certain airline not supporting breastfeeding mothers, we thought this message from the World Health Organisation and was important to post today. Breastfeeding is normal. That is all. 🤱🏿🤱🤱🏻🤱🏼🤱🏽🤱🏾
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Giles Farmer Jul 17
Just got off an EasyJet flight in Edinburgh. During the flight, my nine-month-old was breastfeeding happily with no complaints. After she finished her milk, she said, “If this was KLM, I’d still be hungry!” The whole plane stood and applauded. Magical
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World Health Organization (WHO) 14h
Replying to @WHO
Breastfeeding the best start any mom can give her child. 🤱🏻🤱🏿🤱🏼🤱🏽🤱🏾 That’s why WHO is supporting efforts to help moms to breastfeed anytime, anywhere We are encouraging everyone to do their part to support mothers.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 16h
Replying to @WHO
People sometimes tell moms to stay home, to cover up, even to leave a place because of . This is discouraging and can make some moms give up breastfeeding. 🤱🏼 is the normal way of providing babies with the much-needed nutrients for healthy growth and development
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