from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To feed (a baby) mother's milk from the breast; suckle.
- intransitive v. To breastfeed a baby.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To feed a baby milk via the breasts; to suckle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. give suck to
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To say that she has ANY concept of what real life moms and especially real working moms have to cope with when they are trying to breastfeed is the UNDERSTATEMENT of the year.
Hoosen Coovadia of the Africa Centre said: The question of whether or not to breastfeed is not a straightforward one.
Althoug this i a little bizarre for me it hapenned to me, I have 30 years old and since i remember all my entire life i describe myself as fetish of breastfeeding and all my past of masturbation allways had the tendence of stimulating my niples tinking in breastfeed and yes i leaked few times and for me that was cool but now i got the problem because i formed little breast with erected niples and I'm not married that's why is embarrasing when i want to take out my shirt off in front of people.
We are sending out communication to remind all of our front line WestJetters that when and where to breastfeed is a mother’s personal choice and right.
I should not be asked to cover up, I should not be urged to cover up, I should not have ‘covering up’ suggested to me – how I breastfeed is entirely up to me, and nobody else’s business.
And the more that either the general public or companies think that they can tell women to hide their breastfeeding, the more they sort of reinforce that there is something wrong with what they're doing, or that it's shameful, rather than encouraging women to breastfeed, which is, in fact, the healthiest thing that they can do for their children.
'If a mother can breastfeed, that is best for the baby.
I know my daughter uses her regular dolls to "breastfeed" from time to time.
I heard this morning on the news that less than 40% of new mothers around the world breastfeed which is shockingly low and I think goes to show how formula marketing is doing its job!
My mother did not breastfeed me, but once during my babyhood she allowed me to nurse at the breast of an engorged friend of hers.