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Lots of new mums worry about being embarassed when breastfeeding in public but there really is nothing to worry about.
Once breastfeeding is established and your baby is a few weeks old, you'll start to feel much more confident about breastfeeding your baby anytime, any place anywhere! If you happen to be out and about, then it's quite a good idea to try and find a nice, quiet place.
You'll get used to wearing tops which can be easily opened or lifted so that you can feed discreetly. There aren't many breastfeeding mums who haven't fed in coffee-shops, restaurants, cinemas, childrens play areas, planes, trains and even school playgrounds. Most of the time, noone will even notice as generally it's very hard to tell. Most people will just think you're cuddling the baby.
Some shops provide mother and baby rooms for changing nappies but don't provide an area for a mum who wants to breastfeed. This can be very annoying but there's always somewhere you can go and remember you don't need special equipment as you can really feed anywhere.
Try not to let yourself be put off by people staring although to be honest not many people will. Some people are just curious and may have never seen anyone breastfeeding in public before. Be proud. Most women feel moved by seeing another woman feeding.
There are all sorts of shawls and slings you can wear so that you can actually walk around whilst feeding. These allow the baby free access to the breast and are very discreet.
Within months of starting to breastfeed, you will be so confident that you'll be whipping those boobs out without a blink of an eye and will wonder why you ever worried!
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