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Monday, September 8, 2014
Remember early this year when I posted about a milk sharing story about adoptive dads who sourced breastmilk for their baby? This time, I am sharing a story closer to home. Today's guest post is from Jason Baker of PETA Asia Pacific. A friend of Jason posted in one of my egroups about how he was looking for breastmilk for his adopted son. Super small world, I patched him up with a kababayan from Davao City and Pangging became a regular milk donor. Jason shared this story with me almost a year ago and I wasn't able to share it until now.
Why did I decide to share? Since it is breastfeeding month, I've been seeing a lot of stories about breastfeeding in various news outfits. However, I was greatly saddened when a popular site shared a story about a mom saying that breastfeeding advocates condemn formula feeding moms. She goes on to say that counselors live in posh villages, that formula milk is good enough for her child, that it is impossible for a working mom to commute and bring all her breastfeeding paraphernalia.