& # 39; This is great! & # 39; Mothers praise Texas Target for putting up a sign that encourages women to & # 39; whenever and wherever & # 39; to breastfeed – while also providing a & # 39; comfortable & # 39; offering a nursing room
- The Facebook group Breastfeeding Mama Talk shared a photo this week in a Target store in Weatherford, Texas
- A sign hanging in the store told mothers to feel free to care wherever they wanted
- It also encouraged them to ask about their nursing room, if they wanted, filled with free stuff
- Target has been praised in the past for her breastfeeding policy and provisions for breastfeeding mothers
The goal is again praised for the way the stores treat mothers who are breastfeeding.
On June 14, the Facebook group Breastfeeding Mama Talk shared a photo at a Target store in Weatherford, Texas.
The photo shows a sign of the store's breastfeeding policy, which encourages mothers to care wherever they want – but also offers a comfortable and private nursing room equipped with free goodies for mothers who want to benefit from it.
Nursing: Target is praised on social media for how stores treat mothers who are breastfeeding, with women visiting a specific store in Texas because of positive policies (stock image)
Options: A message hanging at a Target store in Weatherford, Texas encourages mothers to give wherever they want – but also offers comfortable and private nursing.
& # 39; At Target, you can care for nurses wherever and whenever you want while you shop because we think #momsrock, & # 39; wrote the company in the announcement, which was hung in the store.
& # 39; But if you want a comfortable (or more private) place to care for or change a diaper, ask our Fitting Room Attendant about our nursing room! & # 39;
The nursing room is described as a & # 39; quiet place to take a break during our Target run & # 39; and add that it is even filled with some free goodies to make you and the baby time there even more fun & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Happy nursing and happy shopping! & # 39; the noticed decision.
The Facebook post has earned thousands of likes and comments from mothers who applaud the store.
Well done! Comments applauded on Target before the move, with some sharing their own stories about breastfeeding there
& # 39; I had a lady who once bothered me in the food court at Target. She went to a manager. And the manager called her to leave and gave me a free drink. I was a new mother with a tongue-bound baby. That simple gesture made my year, & wrote one.
& # 39; A manager gave me a free water and pretzel when I was breastfeeding a few years ago because she remembered how hungry BFing made her & & # 39 ;, another wrote.
A woman who visited a nursing room for a different purpose said it was & # 39; super comfortable & # 39; while another said she had nursed in the furniture department while the staff made her feel comfortable.
& # 39; When I was breastfeeding, I used the dressing rooms of Target. I received a pillow, water and snacks. They even kept my older child busy so that I could take care of peace! & # 39; another mother wrote.
& # 39; This is great! & # 39; another said.
Sociable: Two years ago a & # 39; nursing corner & # 39; also viral in a store in Braunfels, Texas
Go back years: And in 2015, customers applauded this sign of yet another store
This is not the first time that Target's nursing policy has gone viral. Two years ago, the same Facebook group, Breastfeeding Mama Talk, shared a snapshot in a store in Braunfels, Texas.
The store had a & # 39; nursing corner & # 39; furnished with two chairs, pillows, blankets and a table with decorations for mothers to care for.
The image also earned Target quite some praise.
And in 2015, another post from the same account showed a memo outlining the nursing policy.
& # 39; Guests can openly breastfeed in our stores or ask where they can go to breastfeed their child. When this happens, remember these points, & # 39; it read.
& # 39; Target's policy supports breastfeeding in every part of our stores, including our fitting rooms, even when others are waiting.
& # 39; If you see a woman breastfeeding in our stores, don't approach her.
& # 39; If she approaches you and asks for a place to breastfeed, offer the fitting room (do not offer the toilet as an option). & # 39;
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