My MIL loves our baby very much & only wants the best for her, I'm sure. I just need some moral support, & any advice on handling this or even some scientific literature supporting breastfeeding beyond the first year. It's approaching, and she consistently says that when she turns a year old, she'll drink only cow's milk and eat 3 solid meals a day and snacks. I'm frustrated. I even prefer almond milk, coconut, soy, but usually we drink 2% because that's what DH prefers. MIL asked will we be giving 2% soon. I said no, probably whole first, because of developing brain of babies. We visit there at least once a week, and I need to know how to handle this. I'm always told to use a guest room to bf, and even though I NIP, it seems our family/company prefer not to be exposed to the possible nipple or whatever, baby is quite distractable during feedings, anyhow. I don't know how to handle this situation. I want to continue past a year, not sure how long, wanted to maybe even do BLW. Baby does love food enthusiasticly, so everyone assumes it will be very simple, except I admit I'm a little worried about the whole situation as she is growing up too fast! I appreciate any opinions or points of view you all have, as I love this forum with all the great info on here!