Today's HAWMC prompt is to make your own Keep Calm poster. (Go to www.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk to make your own.)
So often people get all worked up about even possibly catching a glimpse of a boob when someone is nursing her baby. People, it's just a boob. We ALL have them. And heaven knows that is what they're there for. To clarify, I mean they're there for feeding babies, not for ogling. And I know there is a whole contingent of people who think that breastfeeding in public is acceptable, as long as it's done discretely.
I need a moment to even recover from writing that.
Because, honestly, if you have a problem with how I'm feeding my child, it's actually your problem. Not mine. Not my child's.
So, no. We will not go into another room (much less the bathroom!) just to make you comfortable. I put up with the horrible table manners of some of you, so you can handle a slightly possible glimpse of side boob. And, no. I will not try to cover him with a blanket. Mostly because he'll have none of that. But also, why should I have to? If you're uncomfortable with the off chance of seeing something, look the other way.
And so I say...
Today's lesson: Really, it's just a boob.