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Dad’s viral video shames those who shame breastfeeding

One thing every breastfeeding mom needs is an amazing breastfeeding support partner. Brock Smith is exactly that for his wife. The dad’s viral video was posted to Breastfeeding Mama Talk’s Facebook page last week.

“As a dad and a husband…I’ve had enough of this asinine argument. D Lauren Smith and I are starting a movement…Just sayin,” he says. “For people to be ignorant enough to harass a mother trying to have a normal life while breastfeeding a child just infuriates us.”

Watch the video yourself here:


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The anonymous mom sent the photos and a screenshot of the post to the Breastfeeding Mam Talk page, including the “friend’s” comment: “I just saw some of the nastiest shit of my life!! If you’re okay with your daughter lifting up her shirt and putting her baby dolls mouth to her little ‘dots’ pretending to breastfeed then I personally think you need punched in the damn face!!! It’s just simply not okay!!!” Read more here.


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