San Diego Nursing in Public Task Force | San Diego Birth Photographer

It’s been a very long time since I last nursed my second child – about 10 years (he was 15 months old by then). There are still moments that I miss that special time, where I got to just stare at this little human being my  husband and I created, and revel in the sheer emotion and beauty of breastfeeding.

I was so excited to recently discovered that The San Diego Breastfeeding Center is in the process of creating The San Diego Nursing in Public Task Force.

The purpose of this task force is to “educate our community about the laws that protect a mother’s right to breastfeed in public, and to provide support and guidance to mothers who have faced harassment or discrimination for breastfeeding in public.”

Please take a moment to read this article written by the San Diego Breastfeeding Center, and share with friends!

Click on link: San Diego Nursing in Public Task Force

Please enjoy some images of San Diego community Mamas nursing in public! THANK YOU to all the Mamas who helped make this photo shoot a reality by volunteering their boobs and babies! It was wonderful to meet you all!

A big THANK YOU also to the South Park community and their stores So Childish, Progress, Station Tavern, for being supportive of nursing in public and welcoming us with open arms!


 

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  • colina - I absolutely love this!! The pictures are beautiful and its things like this that make me feel more confident as a first time mom feeding my son out in public. Thank you!ReplyCancel

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