How much is too much skin when breastfeeding?
For one mother it was apparently too much as she did the deed at two Sundays ago. But last Sunday she returned to the pumpkin patch, along with several breastfeeding mothers, to breastfeed and hold signs in protest.
The woman told Sacramento News 10 cameras that an employee from the pumpkin patch told her to cover up while breastfeeding her baby after several customers complained.
When Rachel Hill, who was feeding her son Cole according to News 10, refused to cover up the employee walked away -- and that's when Hill sought out a manager.
The manager told Hill that she would need to cover up or leave, Hill said. So Hill left the patch disgruntled.
But Silveyville Pumpkin Patch owner Jeri Seifert told News 10 that Hill was not asked to leave, just to cover up because of several customers' complaints.
The pumpkin patch has since issued a written apology to the protesters, and said they agree with the law that allows mothers to breastfeed wherever they see fit.
Now Dixon, here is the question. Who was in the right here? Was it the mother who facilitated enough complaints for staff to take notice and ask her to cover up? Or was it Silveyville Pumpkin Patch for asking the mother to cover up or leave?