East Hampton Mother Said She Was Barred From Breast-Feeding In Town Park
Officials for both departments said Monday that the incident, at Sears Park on Lake Pocotopaug, is being investigated.
Last Tuesday, Kendra Dickinson took the four children she was caring for — her daughters, Riley, 4, and Ella, 2, and their two friends — to the lake after a morning of picking fruit at an orchard, she said.....................
pic: Paperwork is strewn on a couch as Kendra Dickinson breast feeds her daughter Ella Briggs, 2 in her East Hampton, Conn. home on August 2, 2010. The paperwork details notes of Dickinson's rights as a breastfeeding mother in Connecticut, as well as a drawing completed by Dickinson's daughter Riley of her mother on the day they were asked to leave the beach. The family also includes daughter Riley Briggs, 5, and husband Chris Briggs (not pictured). Dickinson was asked to leave a public beach after the local manager felt that breastfeeding her daughter was "inappropriate". (August 3, 2010)