But despite her defence, the man continued, saying she was disgusting for doing it in public and to cover her breasts.
Thankfully, several kind people came over to support Ashley. The mum wrote, ‘I burst into tears. I was shaken, angry, embarrassed and on the same hand so honoured these women came to help me.
‘By the time I turned around, he was gone.’
She added, ‘To this man I want to say, go eat your lunch in a smelly bathroom with a blanket over your head – tell me how you like it.’
Ashley also wrote about her bub’s current condition, saying, ‘My boy was hospitalised for failure to thrive, I must feed him on demand. He is 4.5 months and the size of a new born.'
She continued, 'What people also won't know is how God damn hard I have worked to breastfeed - medication, natural supplements, several pump sessions a day, hundreds, if not almost thousands spent on anything that would help me.
‘Before Archie, I was too embarrassed/scared to feed uncovered. I then pushed through my fears and thoughts and now I feed everywhere, any time he wants!!!’