Is there anything breastfed babies love more than boobies? Probably not and this latest mum-friendly TikTok challenge sets out to prove it.

If you’re not into the TikTok trend yet, don’t worry – I’m not either, but my 10-year-old son loves it so I am trying to be cool and get on board. And, turns out, there are some pretty cool videos on TikTok. You just have to wade through the stupid dances and dangerous challenges. 

Flash your baby, record their reaction 

One trend we’ve recently stumbled on is the “Show your breastfed baby your boobs” challenge which is literally a challenge where mums show their breastfed babies their boobs and record their reactions. Yup. #dropem

You don’t actually see the mums flashing their boobs to their babies – that would be weird. But you do see the little ones smile, gape, stare and beeline it to their mummy’s exposed boobs. The power of milk machines!

And, of course, it’s not a cute challenge without an appropriate song to accompany the actions which is where Drop ‘Em Out (Let me See them Titties) by Wheeler Walker Jr comes in.

Have a look at a few of our favourites below:

 

Tiktok trend normalising breastfeeding 

We’ve come a long way in our quest to stop shaming breastfeeding mothers and this TikTok challenge is just another way mums are using social media to normalise breastfeeding.

Of course, we’re sure non-breastfed babies would also have the same reaction if you flashed them a big ol’ bottle of formula or milk. After all, it’s not the look, size, or shape of the breasts that matter – to babies, it’s all about what’s inside!

More breastfeeding trends 

Have a look at another recent social media trend where mums capture their toddlers breastfeeding in all sorts of acrobatic positions. If you have a toddler who is still attached to your boobs, then you will know ALL too well what this looks and feels like!

tree of life breastfeeding picture

We also love this adorable breastfeeding tree of life trend where you can transform your breastfeeding pictures into a work of art using a simple and free app.

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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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