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Old 05-30-2014, 06:22 PM   #41
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Re: pumping in my office, what sign should I put on my door?

One of my coworkers put a sign up that said "Polishing my guns!" Kind of a joke and not appropriate for a lot of work settings but we all knew what it meant and it was appropriate for us since only employees (not patients) saw it!

I like the "Do not disturb" with the international breast feeding symbol idea from a pp.

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Old 07-16-2015, 07:48 AM   #42
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Re: pumping in my office, what sign should I put on my door?

This has been a big problem for me this past year as I teach Kindergarten and pump in my classroom. I simply locked my classroom door, not thinking about the fact that kids can come through the shared bathroom door which cannot lock. Also there have been times where a student has to leave and must come get their backpack out of the room which is unpredictable. I have not had a sign on my door as I thought it being locked would be good enough (and I work with almost all women and they know I pump), never thought kids would be the problem!
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