If you want real freedom to nurse anywhere, consider babywearing, or carrying your child in a sling or carrier. Slings keep your hands free while holding your baby right where you want her. The extra folds of cloth let you cover both your child and your breast, so you can nurse discreetly as you shop, eat in a restaurant, or stand in line at Disney World.
Babywearing has other benefits, too. It keeps your little one warm and secure and promotes a healthy emotional attachment. Carried babies cry less than other babies and gain weight more quickly. Parents enjoy a calmer, healthier child and find it easier to care for older siblings when they don't have to use both hands to support a baby. Babywearing is also great exercise.
To begin a breastfeeding session using a sling, position your baby on the breast and use one of your hands to keep your little one in place as you walk. You can start moving as soon as your nursling latches on, but try to keep your pace slow and even so a sudden jolt won't break the latch.