What you see might not be what they see: It was supposed to be a child being caressed by their mother but instead it looks like a weird nipple. Knowing your demographic: The science behind breastfeeding doesn’t have international signs for everyone to understand. Shapes are not universal: The milk droplets together look like rain. Having a stronger concept: The drops seem more like water droplets and not like breast milk coming out of a breast. Hierarchy matters: The date should not be the most important.
World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated every year from August 1 to 7 in more than 170 countries to encourage breastfeeding and improve the health of babies around the world.