why put mum in more pain?
"It's the snidey comments from peoplel like 'you'll change your mind when they arrive' or 'it's so good for them'. I know what I do and don't want to do. I have never wanted to breastfeed, it freaks me out, plus my bf and I agreed it would be good if we can both work together on feeding without worrying about expressing etc. tThe waiting room at our hospital is plastered in breastfeeding info and they have a whole session about it at antenatal....why don't they do a general feeding thing rather than obsessing with boob? I'm so worried about them trying to force me before I leave hospital, I think it's highly unfair as this will put me in more pain if I don't want to as it will trigger my boobs into producing more...why put mum in more pain?" - Laura Plumb