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    I've done all the usuals as PPs have said- pool, cafe, restaurant, beach (mmm, sandy), stationary car etc.

    I went to a wedding where DS was meant to go to sleep but never did so I fed several times at the reception - in a dress that only had side zipper access on one side so I was extremely lopsided by the end of the night.

    In a taxi once! The cab with the carseat never turned up to get to the airport so I had 4 month old DD on my lap and she was screaming. The male Indian taxi driver basically begged me to feed her! It worked well for everyone, despite feeling extremely dodgy!!

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    At the MCG for the opening AFL match of the season so in an audience of about 72,000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lock and Lu View Post
    I've done all the usuals as PPs have said- pool, cafe, restaurant, beach (mmm, sandy), stationary car etc.

    I went to a wedding where DS was meant to go to sleep but never did so I fed several times at the reception - in a dress that only had side zipper access on one side so I was extremely lopsided by the end of the night.

    In a taxi once! The cab with the carseat never turned up to get to the airport so I had 4 month old DD on my lap and she was screaming. The male Indian taxi driver basically begged me to feed her! It worked well for everyone, despite feeling extremely dodgy!!
    The taxis here don't have seatbelts, let alone carseats - so yep, breast feeding in the taxi too!!

    Actually, I nearly ended up breast feeding while I got a tattoo haha! DP and I were getting tattoos done at the same time on Khao San Road in Bangkok and DS was getting tired. I asked the tattooist if it was okay to BF while I got mine done - but he wanted to wait haha! I ended up going for a walk with DS and getting him to sleep and he slept in DP's arms while I got my tatt

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    Wow what an awesome image!

    I've only breast fed 'normal' places:

    Buses
    Trains
    Planes
    In the car (parked in the back seat!)
    Walking around the shops (him in the carrier
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    Foyer of a wedding
    While working in a crèche. (lol including while signing in new parents jasper on one arm)

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    Sounds like a great adventure!

    I didn't feed anywhere weird, I wasn't able to BF for very long though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davally View Post
    At the MCG for the opening AFL match of the season so in an audience of about 72,000.
    Aww that's awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lock and Lu View Post
    I've done all the usuals as PPs have said- pool, cafe, restaurant, beach (mmm, sandy), stationary car etc.

    I went to a wedding where DS was meant to go to sleep but never did so I fed several times at the reception - in a dress that only had side zipper access on one side so I was extremely lopsided by the end of the night.

    In a taxi once! The cab with the carseat never turned up to get to the airport so I had 4 month old DD on my lap and she was screaming. The male Indian taxi driver basically begged me to feed her! It worked well for everyone, despite feeling extremely dodgy!!
    When I went to a wedding. I had mil change the straps on my dress to Velcro at the back so I could drop one side and dh redid it up after. Love my mil <3

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    While kyaking down bulimba creek would have to be the stand out!

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    Standing in a women's change room in a department store

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    Yay a positive breastfeeding topic!!

    One that comes to mind for me is Stonehenge!! Walking around in the freezing uk 'summer' last June with dd drinking away!
    Same trip was at a hospital in a small town in Spain (visiting dh's grandmother). I actually had to sneak her in because they don't allow children in the hospital rooms where we were. She was drinking so I just held my bag over her and walked past all the nurses and then we played dumb when they saw her!

    I've done it anywhere and everywhere! Cabs, planes, backseat of the car breaking my back trying to feed and keep her in the carseat, cafes, walking around shops, eating dinner, having a shower, She's been breastfed in 5 different countries in all manner of circumstances! I feed her wherever I am when she wants it!!



 

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