She declared that is “so proud that my baby Alia is the first baby to be breastfed in the federal Parliament!” She also added: “We need more family-friendly and flexible workplaces, and affordable childcare, for everyone.” The Australian House of Representatives revised its rules regarding children and infants in February 2016. “No member male or female will ever be prevented from participating fully in the operation of the parliament by reason of having the care of a baby,” House Leader Christopher Pyne said. Previously, on 2003, Victorian MP Kristie Marshall was ejected from Australian parliament for breastfeeding her daughter, Charlotte, who was 11 days old at the time. “Someday this won’t be news because we will see breastfeeding anywhere as normal (which it is!),” Larissa anticipated in discussion in social network.