A colleague of mine's had a baby last night, she lives right near the school unlike me, and shops and says she sees all the kids really often. She is worried about breastfeeding in public and the kids seeing her, but obvioulsy wants to go out in the nice weather. I personally told her to go for it, and if kids see her just explain that's how many mums feed and it all natural. I know you can get scarfs and covers, but I personally think any mum should feed how and where she wants, and not be ashamed whether breast or bottle feeding. As we said on the other thread, why should anyone judge the method or where you pick (who ws it was told to feed in toilets?) Obviously she's not used to feeding yet, it was an easy birth and she's home but just trying to chill at the moment, but she says breastfeedings going well and it's what she wants, so has anyone been in hre position, and what did you do? If your kids made a comment, or evne their parents, would you tell the school? None of my other friends lived in the exact same area they taught in (the schools in a very 'local' place) so wondering if any of you can give better advice. She is due to come back in about January.