February 14, 2014 by blue milk
25 historical images of breastfeeding proving that we do not naturally breastfeed under blankets. (Thanks to Heather for the link).
Posted in babies, breastfeeding, feminism, motherhood, motherhood bliss, toddlers | 6 Comments
oh those are beautiful images. Not many women “flopping their breast”out there……
I love that japanese print with the baby ‘tweaking’ the other nipple- both my girls did that- in public if I let them- we called it “dialing in the milk”… so funny.
I love picture 6.
Love these pictures – and here’s an old favourite of mine to add http://www.bm-lyon.fr/expo/virtuelles/dieuzaide/photos/gitane.jpg
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