What do you think? Should parents be able to bring their young babies to work with them?
But they can take me seriously if I need to stop every few hours to pump instead? Because that's what I'd be doing if the baby was not on site (in an office setting).
I envy women who are able to maintain a milk supply sufficient to exclusively feed breast milk for 6 months by only pumping once during their workday. Actually I don't because they are either reverse cycling or don't plan to breastfeed for long.
My campus has it, but only for ages 3-9 years old. There is nothing for infants or toddlers.
Law firms *generally* are too stuffy for allowing babies in on a regular basis.
As I posted in my OP where I work we have employees that bring children to work. Th two that come routinely (almost every day) are toddlers.
As I also posted in my OP it is not an ideal situation and safety is one of the issues. I have to be on alert when they are in my area because there are things that can be a safety issues for a toddler.
My highschool had this. It was win-win as far as I could see and with adult reflection it still looks win-win.