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MISS CONDUCT

Where Breast Milk Shouldn't Go

Proper use of the company fridge, plus nosy co-workers, demanding friends, and pushy invites.

Miss Conduct
(Illustration / Nathalie Dion) Illustration / Nathalie Dion
July 13, 2008

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A co-worker recently returned from maternity leave, and upon opening our office refrigerator today to grab my yogurt, I came face to face with a bottle of what appears to be breast milk, labeled with this woman's name. Although I breast-fed my children and am an ardent supporter of it, I always took pains to be discreet about it at ... (Full article: 922 words)

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