The Zen of Unsure Things
Who is Pumping and why would s/he want to come in here? :-D
Hee hee hee hee hee!
I can't say what I'm really thinking.
Posted on Octomom's bedroom door...
No risk, no reward.
First thought: censored.Good one, JJ!
My "dirty" thoughts run more along the lines of plumbing issues. Er... literally.
Sorry, only dirty thoughts come to mind. I blame the elections.
Everything I can think of involves barbells, a turkey baster and/or a plumber's snake, singly or in combination ... none of it clean.
Don't mess with Governor Schwarzenegger when's he's taking his morning exercise.
The Primping Room at the Subliterates' Convention.
Never on a Sunday; Tuesday's OK
Well, it's either pumping or sucking. Obviously this mom is at work without her kid.
considering the smiley face at the end...I can only assume HE is having fun all by himself in there. I'd knock and give plenty of warning before going in and perhaps have a kleenex handy for him?...at least on Tuesday!
This reminded me of the "Lactation Stations" at our state fair and other community events, where mothers can go to comfortably nurse their infants. The national organization is the Human Milk Banking Association of North America,http://www.hmbana.org/.The closest chapter to you folks is located in San Jose. They also collect milk from screened donors for babies whose mothers are unable to nurse them.
I'm sure, without reading the comments, that someone has said what I'm thinking. (Now, I'll read and find out.)
Since I'm in a voting mood, and definitely do not want to listen to results, I cast my ballot for West Coast Girl. She's either funny or right.
Ha! Good catch. Either a mom or someone working on a backed up toilet.
I think West Coast Grrlie must be right, although when I saw the sign I didn't have a clue. Now it seems so obvious to me that it's sweet. I'm glad I smooshed out mom's name.
Personally, I think it's an interrogation room.
Speedway is correct about San Jose having a lactation station chapter...out in force for sure and a friend was in high force with them. it has gotten high tech companies to have pumping stations for moms to comfortably pump in private, or feeding rooms so they don't have to take their kids into the bathroom to let them feed.
I like your explanation, Cliff.Eeuw! Nursing in the bathroom? When I was a young woman, some mothers felt comfortable nursing in public. I guess that was short-lived.
It wasn't me, but I have been that mother! Once someone did walk into my office while pumping and I wasn't really embarrassed (I was facing away from them and you do what you gotta do) but they were horrified! And I nurse in public all the time. I've nursed sitting on a low wall on the corner of Lake & Walnut, at the steps on the yarn store on Wilson, in Target more times than I can count, on the gold line, at the farmer's market, on airplanes...I've never had a negative comment except from my sister-in-law and a businessman at Dulles one time.
Gina, I'll bet that person knocks now. So strange that you'd get a negative comment from a) a stranger and b) a relative!
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