Mothers should never feel uncomfortable or pressured for doing what is completely natural – nursing their hungry child.
(PRWEB) August 08, 2013
Babystations.com, a popular retailer of childcare products, has expressed strong support for mothers brave enough to breastfeed in public. The company publicized its sentiments in a recent blog post available on their website.
Despite regularly getting uncomfortable looks from complete strangers, some mothers continue to proudly breastfeed their child in public areas. Strangely enough, even some of the more liberal members of society still have a penchant for discriminating publicly breastfeeding mothers. In its blog post, Babystations.com discussed how almost all newsworthy events regarding public breastfeeding seem to accent the society’s negative ideals.
However, it also shared a heartwarming story recently featured on ABC News, which told of how a publicly breastfeeding mother received a strong show of support from a local restaurant’s waitress. While the article may not have received as much press as other negatively-inclined reports, it is still just as significant as the rest.
According to Babystations.com, “there are some stories that still rekindle hope. Stories which show that not everyone is judgmental, that the public can be understanding and that a breastfeeding mom can continue to hope for public acceptance… Mothers should never feel uncomfortable or pressured for doing what is completely natural – nursing their hungry child.”
About the company: Babystations.com is managed by Ekom.ca. It is an online retailer with a long history of trusted service. They sell a wide array of products that include baby changing stations, high chairs, and other childcare accessories. Despite being a product-based business, the company understands the value of providing quality customer service. They provide detailed product information, give out the best prices, do their best to ease purchasing difficulties, and respond to complaints, questions, and products in the timeliest manner possible.