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22 October 2009


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gail mowat

Hi there. I lived in Brazil when I had my first daughter and went back to my job at the Gazeta Mercantil newspaper in Sao Paulo after three months. Even though my boss was a complete arse, totally awful misognistic nightmare of a man, I was allowed to go to the doctor's room and express with my pump every 3.5 hours. Carlos (the boss) hated having to allow me to do this. I was working as a translator for their real time news service and we had to keep up a pretty stiff work rate of about 30 articles per day. So he insisted that I remained totally in line with my colleagues despite being out of the office for 40 mins per shift. I still loath him to this day!

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Hey thank you for sharing this, i really like the way Brazilians go about breastfeeding, it always impresses me to read about their lifestyle!


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How wonderful to see that breastfeeding story and really provide good information regarding breastfeeding. I'm also a mom and really would love to introduce to most moms the use of breast pumps. This is what most moms need for traveling and working moms. I have one and really love my pumping bra. This is my companion in life on taking care of my daughter and myself. Pamper yourself and your baby by using pumping bra. I know you'll love it as well.

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