At a family dinner last week, my husband's aunt asked me if my DD was on formula. She's 19 months, so no -- I think she meant to ask if she was nursing. I debated not really getting into it because my ILs have given me some grief about DD "still" nursing before, but decided to be honest and said that DD nurses when I'm home and has some WCM at daycare.
I loved her response -- "You're so lucky!" :-) It made my day. She has always been supportive -- at dinners and parties at her house, she always made sure I had a comfortable place to nurse DD if I wanted it and is just a wonderful, warm person in general. It was nice so nice to talk to her about it. I'm pretty much the only person in my and MH's families that has nursed since formula became popular, so I haven't gotten much support otherwise.