By Heather - 26/06/2012 17:13 - United States - Newport News
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Who’s the fairest of them all?
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By NoMagicMike - 27/06/2012 16:53 - United States - La Crescent
By Wubba87 - 27/06/2012 10:32 - United Kingdom - Liverpool
Wubba87 tells us more.
Wow, didn't realise this would get so much attention so quickly. Thanks guys! Not suprised that this has stirred a debate on breast feeding as a whole though... To clarify, my boss has recently had a child (duh!) and has therefore been on maternity leave. This is the first time she's come back to work. I actually work in a research lab, and so my boss gathered myself and a few of my coworkers (a doctor and a PhD student) together in an office to discuss the progress of our research since she's been absent. I didn't mind having the meeting, I didn't mind that the kid was there too, and I definitley didn't mind her having to feed the child (nor do I ever mind when any woman has to do this, but especially in this case because she asked us all if it was OK to feed her before doing anything). But I have never had to work so hard on maintaining eye contact in my life! Awkward!
By purpleskylight - 27/06/2012 05:29 - United States - Lexington
By tammy - 27/06/2012 05:05 - United States - Inglewood