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Oddest or "most interesting" place you've breastfed

Last week I went on a weekend trip with Brother and Sister-in-Law, bringing along my 15-month-old daughter. We wanted to tour a nearby cave. However, we had to wait a couple of hours to begin our tour, compromising Baby's naptime. She now uses nursing largely when she's sleepy, so I found myself nursing her in her carrier whilst traipsing through a cave. (Wound up getting a couple of high-fives from people, too.)

So, this thread is about interesting places you've found yourself nursing.
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In the dentist's chair while getting a crown. My nanny had to cancel because her son got sick and I had already canceled my appointment twice so I brought my 3 month old with me.
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At the communion rail while dd1 was at the pop-off-and-yank-shirt stage; she flashed me to the priest. At least priests can marry in the Episcopal church and I knew his wife breastfed! It didn't throw him, he just smiled and blessed her.
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Wow, those are some interesting places to nurse! Way to go, ladies!
It's been more mellow for us, I guess. There were a few times I nursed her in the backseat of the car with her strapped in her carseat (she's 7 mo now), and a few times while putting her on the potty (we do EC part time). What's been most interesting for us has been on her part, actually. She recently learned how to stand, and sometimes she goes from sitting to the downward dog yoga position (on hands and feet with bum in the air). She has done this pose while nursing a few times, since she is now into grazing while we hang out at home.
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I once caught someone out in a kick-ball fly-ball while nursing. Also all over the world - red light district Tokyo, catacombs of Paris. Mine was an cluster nurser so if I was somewhere during the years that she nursed, I nursed there. And we traveled a lot during that time.
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Nowhere in particular pops out to me, although I did use to nurse her laying down on the chiropractor's table while she got adjusted. It was the only way to keep her still.

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