We’ve all been there, about to enjoy a lovely meal, or at a sporting event, and suddenly baby needs to nurse. You thought you’d planned accordingly—you fed the baby earlier so they wouldn’t be hungry now, but when baby decides it’s time to eat, it’s time to eat. Whether you’re halfway through a very long line to check-out at the store, hiking in the mountains, or road tripping across the deserts of Nevada, you do what it takes to keep your baby fat and happy.

Personally, my favorite story of when my baby unexpectedly wanted to nurse was in line at Disneyland. The mother’s room was nowhere near us at the time, so I hopped out of line and tried to find a bench on which to nurse. Of course, all the nearby places were occupied, so I went around the back of the Dumbo ride and sat against the little shed where the controller sits. My son was never okay with being under a nursing cover, but no one was around so I wasn’t worried about exposing myself to unsuspecting theme park goers. About halfway into our nursing session a large crowd of people came around the ride, led by character actors dressed like Pinocchio and Gepetto heading for a photo op. My legs were sprawled out in front of me so they had to step over me to get where they were going, drawing attention to my exposed front and nursing baby. I couldn’t stop laughing!

We are going to start sharing some other nursing stories that will make you smile. Some that may even be all too familiar to breastfeeding veterans.

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