Last quote by Ashley Cooper
I'm not going anywhere. I have a 3-year-old inside with my husband, waiting to see the Easter Bunny. I'm out here trying to feed my 8-month-old. I'm a veteran mom. I've been nursing kids for three-and-a-half years. I chose a discreet corner on a bench. Now there's two security guards up here, and I'm just going to keep feeding my baby. I want to say thank you to so many people who have shared messages of support. Nursing, bottle, formula, gtube – no matter how your baby is fed, moms are allowed to feed their children anywhere and in any way!feedback
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Quotes by Ashley Cooper
Apr 14 2017
Even if I zoom in, from no angle can you see anything offensive.feedback
Apr 14 2017
I am at Short Pump mall, taking my kids to see the Easter Bunny, and my baby was screaming because she's hungry, so I'm on a bench trying to feed her quite discreetly. Security has just informed me I have to go into a nursing room, of which they have one, and it is currently occupied. I informed them that in the state of Virginia breastfeeding mothers can nurse anywhere that they are legally allowed to be.feedback
Apr 14 2017
The women behind the counter were very apologetic and kind. They offered apologies and train tickets for my family to take a ride (my 3-year-old loves the train). I hold no grudge toward the mall and will continue to shop and nurse there. I hold no ill-will toward the security guard – she thought she was doing her job. Short Pump Town Center has apologized and has pledged that they are going to incorporate the laws regarding rights of breastfeeding mothers to their security training. [It's] not any sort of protest, just a gathering of women to support moms feeding their babies.feedback
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