The owner offers a place for mums to feed their babies as her sister felt "uncomfortable" doing it in public.
My husband didn't like me breastfeeding in public
First-time mum Spha Mdlalose says she didn't feel awkward about breastfeeding in public in South Africa, unless her husband was with her.
(Image: Breastfeeding baby on mum's chest. Credit: Getty Images)
Why I quit breastfeeding
Stacia Fleegal desperately wanted to breastfeed her son, Jackson, but a very premature delivery meant she had to start by expressing her milk instead.
She was hooked up to a breast pump before she had even seen him for the first time, and carried on pumping when he came home from hospital two months later.
She did manage to breastfeed naturally, but the experience was nothing like the one she'd hoped for and, as she tells Manuela Saragosa, exhaustion soon overcome her.
(Image: Stacia Fleegal and her son, Jackson. Credit: Stacia Fleegal)