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Think its akward<blockquote><b>Quoting Meg ♥:</b>" What are your thoughts? Is this awkward to you? http://fox8.com/2012/11/21/actor-poses-for-picture-with-breastfeeding-fan/ ... [snip!] ... weekend at The Castle Inn in Dover, England. The woman is the wife of the pub owner. (Photo Courtesy: E! News Video Still)"</blockquote>
I don't think its awkward.
Don't find it weird.
No. It shouldn't be awkward to anyone. Kudos to him for not being weird about it.
I don't think it's awkward.
Would this even be a question if she was holding a baby with a bottle instead of the breast? Probably not.
She's feeding her kid, I don't stop feeding DD to take a picture granted she takes a bottle but if she was EBF I wouldn't stop either
It could be awkward if one of them allowed it to be...but breastfeeding is natural and as long as they both realize that, its not that weird.
I however would NOT do this but hey if someone else wants to do it, its their choice. I tend to be a modest especially when it comes to breastfeeding.
You can't see anything! If no one said she was BF I honestly would have that the baby was sleeping.
I was confused, too, when I read the article because I didn't find it awkward either. The video is just strange to me.
Idk see what is wrong if he offend by it he won't have took the pic.
Quoting The Doctor:" No. Don't find it weird."
I wouldn't say it's weird or awkward, just unexpected. I'm all for BFing in public, I do it all the time. But if I ran into a famous person, I'd probably pull the baby off the boob to take a picture. I don't look my best with my tits out(well alright, maybe I do.)
Quoting Kayla [:)]♥:" I don't find it weird... not sure how it's supposed to be awkward?"
I don't know. The video said that it was an "awkward" photo.
It seems totally normal to me. You have to remember that a lot of UK is way more accepting of breastfeeding than the US, so this is the norm. The last time we were in Ireland DH's Aunt was breastfeeding and we would be walking down the street with her while she was nursing and if someone wanted to see the cute baby they would come right up to her with no hesitation. It's different over there.