I remember it not being a problem at all with dd, I fed her wherever I was. This time I feel really self-conscious and I have no idea why!! I've been using a wrap to cover up so no one can see anything, but it just feels really odd and I feel tense.
Yesterday he needed a feed while at the doctors clinic - we were waiting to get his immunisations and he really couldn't wait any longer. The chairs are in a big square facing inwards, and the man sitting to the right of me just kept staring! It wasn't a disgusted stare or anything, more like he was just really curious or something.... and it just added to my discomfort of feeding in public!
Bubs has a high palate so he does tend to slip off a fair bit and makes a lot of noise while feeding... and I'm always a bit conscious that it draws attention to the fact that I'm feeding.
Do you get over this eventually?