I co-own a small company in the creative sector. Informal setting, relaxed office. I\u0027m on maternity leave (DS is 3 months old). We are recruiting for a new person to help with some aspects of the business. Two people were shortlisted and my business partner asked me if I could go in and sit through the interviews to give my opinion. \u003Cbr\u003E\u003Cbr\u003EI said I\u0027d have to bring DS as I only have my MIL as occasional childcare and she\u0027s not available this week. He usually sleeps in the sling after a feed so no problem. \u003Cbr\u003E\u003Cbr\u003EI got there with 25 minutes to spare (would have gone earlier but had last minute issues with dog walker and had to take DDog for a quick walk). I planned to give DS a quick feed then - but the interviewee arrived shortly after me. I told my BP that I would probably have to BF DS. He said \u0027try not to, it\u0027s not very professional\u0027. DS was happy for 20 minutes, then started whinging. I got up and bounced him for a bit but decided feeding him would be less distracting, so I got a muslin out, covered myself a bit, and quietly fed him. The interviewee (a lady in her 50s if that\u0027s relevant) quickly glanced at me and kept chatting. \u003Cbr\u003E\u003Cbr\u003EWhen she left, my BP commented that it was a bit weird of me to do that and \u0027can you try not getting your boobs out for the next interview\u0027 (which incidentally I didn\u0027t - DS was fast asleep by then). \u003Cbr\u003E\u003Cbr\u003EBP and I are very good friends. He\u0027s usually very understanding and respectful. We had told interviewees that it was an informal setting, no dress code etc. \u003Cbr\u003E\u003Cbr\u003EI\u0027m a bit upset by my BP\u0027s comments. \u003Cbr\u003E\u003Cbr\u003EWIBU to breastfeed there and then?