Breastfeeding webcams


(FOX 11) - A photo of a mother breastfeeding her son at the happiest place on earth has caused some not so happy-- and also supportive-- reactions.

Brittni Medina of Rancho Cucamonga visited Disneyland in November and later posted a photo to a Breastfeeding Moms Facebook page showing her breastfeeding her 10-month-old son while two women stand in the background, frowning.

Having the ability to watch your baby anywhere can help keep you involved and informed—and strengthens the connection between you and your baby.

With the webcam, traditional boundaries of distance disappear.

Peep the haters."The post has been shared and commented on more than 1,000 times and the comments on the photo are mostly positive and supportive of Medina.

If you have been given a reference number from a previous chat, you can enter it in the box that says ‘reference number’.Click on the ‘chat’ sign at the bottom of the page to begin a conversation.If you see this sign it means there are no volunteers available to chat at the moment.It works like instant messaging – it’s just typing, there are no webcams, and the only people who can see the chat are you and the volunteer supporter.

How it works If you see this sign we are available to chat.

Once the volunteer’s message appears, it’s your turn to reply.


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