DD is 3 weeks old and the entire 3 weeks, it seems, have been spent visiting relatives (his mother, my mother, my dad, my grandparents, his, etc.) that all live within a 45 min drive. My problem is with the exception of my MIL, everyone shuffles me into a back room when I need to nurse and I can hear everyone talking and having a good time but I'm alone with DD for up to an hour at a time. I nursed so long someone ate my dinner at my mom's barbeque. When I object, my mother or another well-meaning relative will try to cover my precious baby with a blanket. She HATES being covered up, but it's summer in Texas, why wouldn't she hate it? When I try to say this in a non-aggressive way, the person, usually female, will point out a male in the house and explain oh, but it'll make him so uncomfortable, you know how that goes. It doesn't help that I don't know how much visibility is socially acceptable - I have always had large, heavy breasts, she's tiny and I haven't gotten the hang of the snaps on the couple of nursing items I have to constantly rewear.