“Nursing Mothers have a new tool on their side this year at the state fair.
This year the state fair announced the addition of the She Shed, a private barn for nursing mothers.
Moms can scan the QR code to learn how to gain access. Inside there is a changing station, breastfeeding supplies, comfy places to nurse, and helpful tools for new mothers. One young mother we spoke with says she would have loved to have a place like this when she was nursing her daughter.
“Being able to have the supplies like that especially somewhere like this would have been very helpful that way I wasn’t having to lug around 2 different kinds of bags and all this stuff,” Cochran added.
The She Shed is located by the Smokin’ Gun and Firehouse Diner.”
For more information, read the full article here.
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Amy Tolliver, Director
West Virginia Perinatal Partnership
(304) 558-0530 ext. 5
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