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Breastfeeding Is Real | My experience at the National Building Museum

Hey Friends Hey!

So it's no secret that I'm a breastfeeding mom but I'm also Pro Fed babies is what really matters!

When I breastfed Enzo five years ago, I always made sure he was fed before we left the house or pumped an extra bottle so that I didn't have to nurse him in public. I wasn't comfortable at all. This time around, my boobs are out more than ever! I still try my best to use a cover, so that I'm not totally exposed, but sometimes that doesn't always go as planned.

Like last week when I thought it would be a good idea to take Enzo to the museum but on the bus. That also meant baby wearing,  which meant that the carseat cover that doubles as a breastfeeding cover was at home! When it was time to feed the baby, I freaked our because I was not prepared! How did I leave all of my covers and blankets home accidentally! I had on a button blouse which meant that my entire boob would be exposed. I was so uncomfortable but made a way to feed my child and that was all that really mattered. 

Fast forward to this week when we went to visit the museum and a space they had been working on has become a stroller parking and lactation space! It's beautiful and I'm super excited that this has now become  a thing at the museum. I'm sure all the moms loves this new space! I love the beautiful inviting space! They also have room for you to plug in your electric pump! If you check it out, let me know!


Dani Lee

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