I just have to say that after reading all the posts about the nasty stares, the rude people who ask you to stop or go elsewhere that I was so nervous to NIP with my daughter. I don't take to rudeness well and I didn't want to be rude back.
I can say that since Rebekah was born 2 months ago we nurse in public often-always with a cover- and have never had a nasty stare or a bad experience. I nurse in church during service, during our Wednesday night Bible study, in restaurants, in stores, etc. It could be that I just don't notice the stares but I've never had a rude comment that I've heard.
Now if I can get the hang of nursing once I get a carrier for her-it's on my list to get at the end of this month-I'll be all set, lol.
I do have a question with that. When you nurse in a carrier-do you wear a shirt that makes it easy to pull down to nurse or do you lift it up? I'm so worried I'll expose myself and being modest, that's the last thing I want to do, lol.