Breast feeding in public a do or don't? Personally, I say it is a do. My wife breast fed all three of our children and they are healthier for it. But to tell a mother she can not breast feed in public is to chain her to the home. Yes you could pump and bottle feed. But I do not think you should be forced in to that. What sparked my post today was an article in the Dayton Daily Newspaper about a mother who was asked to stop breastfeeding at Fairfield Commons mall. It talks about how a large group of mothers staged a sit in. I think these women are courageous and did a wonderful thing. I think the security guard should be made to write an apology letter. I like the part of the article where it points out that teens and young people can walk around half naked in itty bitty cloths but a breast feeding mother, who is caring for her child in the best way, the way nature and or God intended, is scolded. Shame on you Fairfield commons. Here is the address to the mall for anyone who is going to write a letter of support to them for the breastfeeding mother: 2727 Fairfield Commons, Beavercreek, OH 45431.