Breastfeeding in the beginning was great - I watched the whole box season of breaking bad & spent a lot of time in bed eating chocolate :) Tully I swear was born shouting 'boob' he did the self wriggle and latch within minutes of being born and we didn't look back. I was fortunate not to have any problems but he was slow to put on weight at first & recover his birth weight despite being seemingly always attached- breastfeeding on demand took on a whole new meaning when a midwife demanded I breastfeed in front of her (as I must've been doing something wrong and would need to supplement with formula if I couldn't get him gaining faster) Fortunately she couldn't fault his latch and I stuck to my guns about exclusive breastfeeding.
The same midwife had told me on day 3 of my 5day labour I would end up needing a c-section (I didn't) I had more faith thankfully that my boy & my body knew what to do than all the medical staff that wanted to induce me at 18days 'overdue'. My first public breastfeed was at a quiet pizza express after registering his birth at the town hall in brighton. Pizza was an easy thing to eat whilst breastfeeding. I only ever had positive responses in the beginning & mastered breastfeeding in a sling quite early so he could feed whilst I was in the queue at Tesco!