Some mama pictures get me right in the gut. This mama with her calm, her reassurance, her strength - her arms always enough to provide a safe spot for her children. Holding her newborn twins and their older sister. So beautiful.
Meet Hannah, She is feeding her little one in Sheffield’s Peace Gardens, However on this day it wasn’t so peaceful- more of a city centre hustle of officer workers and shoppers rushing about their business. Hannah uses a scarf as she feels more discreet with a scarf or with a specific breastfeeding clothing item. However you choose to breastfeed - we support you ! ♥️ please TAG a breastfeeding mum you support !
Meet Hannah! She is sat with her little one by the famous Sheffield water balls! Just proving to the world that you can try and feed pretty much anywhere if you need to, but sometimes as your child gets older the environment can be too exciting for a feed and this little one just wanted to explore. What are your tips for keeping little one focused? Breastfeeding hoodie by @stylish_mum1 .... matching baby ones available too !
Meet Catherine sat feeding under a tree in Sheffield City Centre. . Catherine wanted to support Normalise Normal “Because no one should ever feel ashamed to feed their baby” “The best thing about breastfeeding for me is the convenience - literally milk on tap! “
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This is Leanne feeding Elliot in a very public place in Sheffield outside the Winter Gardens and during a very busy sunny lunch time. This is what normalising normal is about.... normalising breastfeeding in public places. The more breastfeeding is seen the more it becomes normal. I don’t remember seeing anyone breastfeed in a public place before I had kids and I think it would of really helped me if I had.
Leanne says “I'm supporting Normalising Normal because it's vital that something so natural and lovely be acceptable for all mothers. No mother should feel she can't feed her baby wherever baby needs to be fed or wherever a mother chooses to feed and for mothers to have confidence that they are supported by society, as a whole, unconditionally”
Where did you breastfeed today? Please show Leanne some love and thanks for sharing her photo – please do like and comment and share this photo to help us all to #normalisenormal. The wristband Leanne is wearing is available from Stylish Mum and all profits go back into this campaign!