When baby was a week old we took her to the photographer for her first photo session, at J.C. Penny portrait studio. As we were about to go in I told him that the reason I wanted to go early was so I could nurse her right before and therefore she'd be calm and happy during the photos. He said, "You're not nursing in public. You can nurse in the bathroom or in the truck before we go in." So, since at that point she was still asleep in her car seat I didn't nurse her in the truck, but then as soon as we got to the studio she woke and wanted to be fed. I again argued that I should nurse her right there while we waited, and that I was going to cover with a blanket anyway. He still said he wasn't ok with it, so I had to go sit in a bathroom stall to nurse, which, by the way, was on the OPPOSITE side of the J.C.Penny, and I was still recovering from childbirth a week before. Then, as soon as I got back, baby decided she wasn't done nursing. At that point, dh said HE had to go to the bathroom, so I took the baby to the little kid's play area and nursed her some more. No one was in that area, so no one saw me.
When he came back, he couldn't even tell I was nursing, and he didn't object when he realized I was, because no one was around, but he still argues me out of it every time I want to n.i.p..We even had to resort to trying to give her one of those free sample bottles of formula from the hospital when we went out to eat one night.
Thankfully, she did not like the formula, but it intrigued her long enough that we were able to finish our meal. I was just glad she didn't eat more than a few drops of it, but my goal was for her never to know the taste of formula.