Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
HI ML! Thank you for the comment on my blog, I love getting them :)
And I have to say: kudos on your blog! Fantastic! I know I am going to read more of it, it's just witty! I want mine to be like that too. Domestic Border Control was just a riot :)
Hi, Thanks for commenting today! Oh, I wasn't offended by her breastfeeding in public. As I said in my post, I've done it many times myself. I was uncomfortable by the fact that she was so openly exposing her breast for such a long period of time. I know that this is a touchy subject for people. I didn't ask the question: Should women breastfeed in public? I think most moms agree the answer to that is handsdown a YES!
I asked: Should breastfeeding moms be discreet or should they just let it all hang out?
Clearly my opinion is that I feel moms should be discreet. I'm curious how many moms feel discretion is best vs. how many feel comfortable exposing their breasts in public.
It is interesting to see how passionate moms are about breastfeeding. Thanks again for your input.
It doesn't and sadly I don't know what an RSS feed is or what it does?! Does that make me a complete idiot?! I was trying to figure it out last night and I see them on other people's blogs. If you have suggestions or advice for me that would be super helpful! Thanks for visiting my site! -ML
So glad to meet a fan of Lists! I've just been to your blog and it is wonderful!! I love the list of cleaning supplies (never met a list I didn't like). I use a lot of Method and 7th Generation stuff, too.
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