Hockey Player Breastfeeds Before A Game Like A Total Boss


On Sunday, the Facebook page, Breastfeeding Mama Talk, posted a powerful photo of one mom taking care of her 5-month-old.

It was nothing out of the ordinary for any mother who has breastfed a child, but we suppose it was a little different considering the circumstances.

Sabrina Pfeifer was decked out in hockey gear and about to hit the ice rink when she took a moment to breastfeed her daughter Kaci.


The caption read,

Pfeifer has been playing hockey since she was a senior in high school in Wichita, Kansas. She's worked as a hockey director, coach and referee on top of that.

Even though she gave birth to Kaci five months ago, that doesn't diminish how incredibly important the sport is to her.

She still plays on a coed team, Nuts & Knockers.

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In fact, Pfeifer was back on the ice just three weeks after giving birth.

Pfeifer credits her husband, her teammates and the pre-birth education and postpartum care she received from Dallas Birth and Women's Center for her ability to take care of her baby on the sidelines. She said,

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She added,

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The fearless hockey player and mom went on to say,

Citations: Hockey Player Breastfeeds Baby Before Game In Awesome Photo (Huffington Post)