yeah its happening so what! Ive been breastfeeding for 2 years 5 months. I absolutely hate it now but my little guy still wants it. So i deal with it. He commands me to sit when he’s hungry it’s really quiet funny. I just think about my sister who read a comment i posted on Facebook, defending breastfeeding. Yes i get offended when people say mean things. Here’s what i will say a million times to get my point across. Breastfeeding is perfectly natural and its very good for a babies immune system. America is one of the only countries that doesn’t have a high percentage of women who breastfeed over 6 months. Why because of the criticism others impose on us. In other countries it perfectly normal to breastfeed for up to 3 years so why shouldn’t we. Breastfeeding should not be shunned to make people feel comfortable. If women can now show there breast in public now, then breastfeeding should not make anyone feel uncomfortable. Why should i have to take my infant into a gross public restroom just so i dont offend or make you uncomfortable its is just unsanitary and cruel for you to stare and judge.What if there was some sort of Apocalypse situation and formula was no longer available are you still going to judge me for feeding my child to live, i dont think so. As for all the people who think were forcing our children to feed off our breast your wrong. i was breastfeeding for a week and wanted to formula feed but every time i gave my son formula he sip it all up every time. Toddlers can understand what milk is from your breast and from store bought gallons of milk. they know the difference in taste and they will decide which they like better.My son was just 1 1/2 when he decided to stick to the breast. I wanted to ween but he shows me signs that he still wants the breast and that’s fine. Toddlers will let you know if they want it or not. We dont force them its the child’s choice.my son is now 2 and 5 months and he now says what he wants and he can at anytime pick milk over the breast but he doesn’t. think twice people about what you say about breastfeeding.