Friday, August 28, 2009

"The Doctors" Talk About Breastfeeding

Wendy Haldeman of The Pump Station & Nurtury is on today’s TV show “The Doctors” talking about our Breastfeeding Support Groups.

If you see this episode we would love to hear your comments or feedback on the Pump Station Blog.

The Doctors
Surprising Solutions You Never Knew About
August 28, 2009
How old is too old to keep breastfeeding? Some specialists say it’s beneficial up to age 7! And, Mother Nature has her own Viagra, and it’s on your picnic table. Find out what it is! Plus, a new way for the blind to see the world.


Anonymous said...

To the general public, you came off pretty bad.

The Pump Station said...

We appreciate your feedback. Can you explain further as to why you felt we came off “pretty bad?”

We’d really like to understand why. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I thought Wendy came off incredibly well. Her comments were more research based than anyone else on the show. She clearly stated that it was not her job to dictate public policy - so it came off as though it was not her role to judge anyone for their decisions. She spoke to the benefits of breastmilk past 6 mos and the importance of doctors informing parents of this. Nice job Pump Station you came off like the professionals you are!

Anonymous said...

I totally agree with the Mom you child will tell you when they are done. All 3 of my Daughters stopped on their own. They start pulling away and fighting it thats when I knew it was time to stop. You should never force your babies to continue.