Australian Senator Makes History By Breastfeeding Her Baby in Parliament

I hope this happens here in the US one day.  The taboo that comes along with public breastfeeding has become a hot topic over the last few years, but this senator in Australia made history when she breastfed her baby on the Parliament floor.


CNN reports:

A 2-month-old made history in Australia - becoming the first baby to be breastfed in Parliament.

The little girl, named Alia Joy, is the newborn daughter of Queensland Senator Larissa Waters.

Waters, co-deputy leader of Australia's Green party, returned from maternity leave Tuesday, with her second daughter in tow.

When Alia Joy was hungry, she fed her.


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