October 2009
Journal of Textile & Apparel / Tekstil ve Konfeksiyon;2009, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p323
Academic Journal
Maternal milk is the healthiest way for feeding babies. Every healthy mother wants to feed her baby with maternal milk instead of commercial milk. Benefit of this can not be discussed for both parties. However some mothers want to return to their working life after few months. Even sometimes they want to go to many old places with their baby. But mothers live many problems originating from environment or their dresses during feeding of their babies especially in crowded environment. Many casual dress models makes comfortable feeding of the baby difficult. Thus mothers can not wear many dress models during these times. Many companies in many countries have designed and presented to the consumers special models for mothers feeding the baby with maternal milk. It is difficult to distinguish them from others and there are functional details for providing comfort in feeding process. With this study, a questionnaire is made for mothers at feeding baby stage. Problems, awareness information on this subject were evaluated. It is target of sharing dress models which can increase the functionality of the dresses.


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