Should Breast-feeding Moms Get a Room of Their Own?

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Does your office have a designated breast-feeding room? Credit: Getty Images

An AP report says that Congressional moms have a room of their own where they can go to breast-feed. It's called -- their term, not ours -- the "boob cube."

The official phrasing is "lactation suite," and you may see them popping up in offices all over the country. Maybe your workplace already has one.

Should breast-feeding moms get a room of their own?

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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