If mom wants to breast feed her child at Partridge Creek, there is no law to say she can't. But what do you say?
No one gives a second glance to the mom who pulls out a bottle for her child at Partridge Creek Mall, but uproar follows the woman who dares feed her offspring au naturel in Macomb Corners Park. Michigan law states public breast-feeding is exempt from public nudity laws. But does that mean the mom of a 6-month-old or, even a 3-year-old, can still nurse in public for all to see? And who says if she can or can't? Breast-feeding is by far the main choice of feeding an infant, but should mom's milk be bottled before heading out to a restaurant, or is a well-placed shawl all one needs to feed baby right at the table. What do you think? Do you breast-feed in public areas?