Love this story that just came in, thanks for sharing!

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Love this story that just came in, thanks for sharing!

“That’s so Lola!” Was what our daycare provider said one day while I was on a quick breastfeeding visit. Still attempting to be discreet, I had my baby girl tucked under my hooter hider. But Lola, being the nosey gal that she is, HAD to see what that new noise was – I mean it could have been someone sneezing, a door opening, a baby laughing, or a piece of dust falling on the floor. At any noise Lola would launch herself off the boob, throw her hands above her head and push her way free of the modesty cover. From that moment on I would just cup my breast in my hand when she did a pop off. They were too frequent to do anything else. And she was too cute for me to care. I think that is one of my favorite breastfeeding moments and why I am still persevering 10 months in, low production and all.