Being a mother is probably the toughest job in the world. Not even acknowledging the fact of carrying a human inside of you for nine months and then going through childbirth, that's just the beginning of a long maternal journey that has many ups and downs.
Moms are superheroes and can do a thousand things at once because they are queens of multitasking so when they get a chance to breastfeed, better believe they are going to take it. Breastfeeding may be seen as inconvenient for those who have never done it, but it's as simple as the fact that babies need food, and they get cranky, like the rest of us, when they are hungry.
One mom of twins was doing her superpower move of breastfeeding her babies at a daycare and was asked to take it somewhere else, like inside a closet-sized room. It did not go over well.
Don't we all love moms!
They are always there when you need them.
They brought you into this world.
And they will never let you forget it.
Daughter: You're invading my personal space Mom: You came out of my personal space— Moe (@Moe)1452279487.0
We owe moms a lot.
Don't even get me started on mom-shaming.
It's never nice to shame a mom.
A big source of mom shamers are people who aren't moms.
A lot of people have strong opinions about breastfeeding.
But it's really not that complicated.
Breastfeeding has incredible benefits.
It's also great for the mothers.Breastfeeding burns calories, helps you lose pregnancy weight and can also lower your risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
Not every mother can breastfeed.
Meet your new favorite superhero.Jennifer Mancuso, a mom of 7 who lives in Ohio, is a mommy blogger and big advocate for breastfeeding and reducing the negative stigma that surrounds feeding in public.
She does it all!
Keep calm and nurse on.
She's making waves in the breastfeeding world.
But not everyone is as accepting as Jenn.
It happened in a place where she felt the most safe.Instagram caption. "And it happened at one of the places I feel most safe with my children: our daycare."
It was just a normal day.
Jenn was soon approached by one of the workers.
It gets worse.
They blamed the employee handbook.
The people responded in support.
They felt her pain.
Everyone was pretty upset.
Unfortunately, this is a common experience for mothers.
It even happens at the most magical place on earth.
#TuesdayTips No shame in #breastfeeding. Brittni Medina claps back to remarks at @Disneyland. #AnyTimeAnyWhere https://t.co/rObaJXFcGy— Bold Futures (@Bold Futures)1512504635.0