What’s more important: a baby’s comfort as they feed, or a stranger’s discomfort because of something that wasn’t their business to begin with? I think we all know the answer to that question. The issue of whether a mother has the right to openly breastfeed in public has come up again — somehow.
After going to H&R Block with her baby, Avery Lane was told to leave after a manager asked her to cover up and she refused. Avery’s amazing response has people talking on Facebook and you need to read it for yourself.
SHARE this article with your Facebook friends who are parents. They are sure to have an opinion about Avery’s message.