She took her shoes off, sat with her toys in the middle of our circle and quietly played with the other toddlers.
Then, she needed to breastfeed. As she often likes to do.
I tried to switch her attention to something else, like toy's, water, crackers in my bag.
She needed to breastfeed.
I looked around, a little worried wondering if anyone would feel uncomfortable if I breastfed there.
Audrey is almost two years old after all, and I wondered if anyone would think that two is too old to be on mama's boob.
I looked around again. One of the other toddler's was keeping busy eating a donut.
I realized how silly of me. No one was bothered by a toddler eating a DONUT, why would they be bothered by a toddler breastfeeding?
It's funny how society has made breastfeeding seem uncomfortable for the people around. Sad, how I a big supporter of breastfeeding was still having some of those feelings.
Those feelings went away after seeing a donut.
I quickly put her to my breast, and if anyone was looking, was bothered or uncomfortable, I really don't care.
I choose to feed my daughter breastmilk.