The retail giant has always been known as a family-friendly establishment, with shopping carts that are super child-friendly, the brand's partnerships with UNICEF, and positive, kid-focused fitness campaigns.
Now, Target's decided to go and become even more awesome for families. They're officially putting "Nursing Nooks" in their stores for moms who want to take a load off and feed their kids while they shop.
The popular Facebook page, Breastfeeding Mama Talk, shared a photo from a local Target that puts one of the breastfeeding stations on display.
"Kudos to Target!" the caption reads. "Braunfels Texas, Target has a Nursing nook!"
The post received over 7,000 shares and 21,000 likes, with commenters applauding the fact that the nook was out in the open and not tucked away in a corner.
People started posting photos of more breastfeeding stations in other Target stores.
Target representative Kristy Welker said in an interview with Scary Mommy that the lounges could become a staple in Target locations everywhere.
"In late 2016, we began testing designated nursing rooms at two stores in Minnesota. We will continue to evaluate guest feedback on this test to determine broader rollout to additional stores and we always appreciate hearing from our guests about how we can better meet their needs."
In a statement to TODAY, the retailer added: "We want all of our guests to feel comfortable shopping with us. Our breastfeeding policy, which applies to all stores, is just one of the ways in which we support our guests."
Do you think Target should make the jump and put them in all stores?