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    Same situation with my DD from around 3.5 mths. It would be easy to feed on the couch in the first 3 mths with the telly on but not so after that. Since then I've fed in bed with just a night light on. If we're out then I just have to put up with the frequent snack feeds as she rarely feeds more than 2 mins if we are feeding with the lights on. If we're at someone's house I excuse myself to a bedroom and turn the lights down, it's never been a big deal.

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    My son was a terror for this! Screamed like blue murder in shops. Got to parents room then bam "ooh look at that poster" wouldn't feed! Pack up walk out then waaaaah back to the parents room again lol. He grew out of it!!


 

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