These are great! I'll just post a couple, though with a 4 year old, I have many!
When my oldest was a newborn, we had a gathering at our house and my friends little girl was there. She was breastfed as a baby but didn't have any siblings yet so she wasn't really familiar with seeing it often. She wandered in while I was nursing him and got right in my boob and said 'whatcha doin?' and I told her I was feeding the baby. She says 'Why is he biting your booby?' I explained that he was drinking milk that my body makes for him. She pondered it a while and then reached out and touched my boob and says 'My mom has those, I'm going to see if she has milk too' and took off.
When my youngest was about 2 months old, we had to run to the store for a few things, and of course baby started fussing. He wasn't hungry, he just didn't like being in the infant carseat and I had forgotten the sling, so I was letting him suck on my pinky and he just wanted out. My older son let out a sigh and says 'Mom, take our your left booby and feed him!' The lady in line behind us started laughing, it was said very loud, and so funny! Why the left booby? The world may never know!
And I was nursing my son in my truck one day at Target (My mom and sister ran in with my older son to pick up some pictures we had dropped off earlier, so I just used the time to feed baby) and this car full of teenagers pulls up right next to me and one gets out of the back and walked right by my window. His eyes got HUGE and he bolted for hte others and of course, they all traipsed by the window to 'look at something in the trunk', then all walked back by. I had the window down and as the ywalked by the 2nd time I said 'Hey boys!' and they about died! So funny!
And the last one...
We were at Menards one day and the baby was about 5 months old, and my husband went to get something so I sat on a bench in the area where they set up and show off thier patio furniture. I was nursing the baby and this old guy comes over and sits by me. He started talking about kids and asked how old the baby was, etc. Then he says 'Boy, he must be a good sleeper to sleep through all this ruckus.' I laughed and said 'oh, he's nursing'. He leans over and looks, then says 'Lucky kid!' and just kept right on chatting about the day. It was so cute of him!