I told him mommy’s no more milk already and he cried and having tantrums…. lol…. I feel bad so I let him drink his power milk….
To those friends who keep asking ME how can they donate to a stay at home mom like me and want to support my channel, here it is my friends…. my paypal account… thank you..
Donate to HELP ME Promote Breastfeeding and Health!
ALL DONATIONS ARE HIGHLY APPRECIATED 🙂
Din Mari S. Jopia (real name)
C/o Holiday Spa Inc, F torres St.,
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In the Philippines, breastfeeding is protected by various laws, such as the Expanded Breastfeeding Promotion Act of 2009 and the Milk Code of the Philippines (Executive Order 51). Mothers are allowed to breastfeed in public. Employers are required to allow lactating employees breaks to breastfeed or express breastmilk. The law also states that the intervals should not be less than a total of forty (40) minutes for every eight (8) hour working period. Offices, public establishments such as malls and schools, and government institutions are required to establish lactation stations separate from the bathroom, where mothers can breastfeed their babies or express milk. The Milk Code prohibits the advertising of infant formula or bottle teats for infants under two years old.