An intoxicated Stephanie Robinette was arrested on Saturday, June 25, after getting into a fight with her husband and locking herself in a car.
After refusing to get out of the vehicle, cops tried to remove Stephanie Robinette — and that’s when it got messy. “When deputies attempted to remove Robinette from the vehicle, she advised the deputies that she was a breast-feeding mother,” Sheriff Walter L. Davis III explains to WBNS 10 News. As cops tried to restrain her, Sheriff Davis says she “proceeded to remove her right breast from her dress and began spraying deputies and the vehicle with her breast milk.” OMG!
Because of the benefits of mother’s milk, the Surgeon General wants to make breastfeeding easier and more enjoyable for moms.
HollyMoms, breastfeeding outside of the comfort and privacy of your own home is about to get a little easier, thanks to the Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin. She held a press conference to announce her plans to make the task of feeding your baby more pleasant and socially acceptable through her “Call to Action to Support Breastfeeding” plan.
Good news for all the breastfeeding moms — a study proves breastfed boys do better in school than their bottle fed peers.
We already know that breastfeeding is good for both mommy and baby, but now it looks like there are even more benefits. Researchers at the University of Western Australia’s Telethon Institute for Child Health Research studied the results of standardized tests given to 1, 038 10-year-old boys and girls. What they discovered was that the breastfed boys did better in math, reading, writing and spelling than their classmates who had been given bottles of formula! Yet breast milk didn’t appear to have any influence on the brains of girls.