DS and I went shopping today, and he wanted to eat. So I sat down on a bench and made him a bottle and fed it to him while he sat in his stroller. We use Dr. Brown's bottles. A lady sat down next to me and said, "Hey, he's not getting anything." At first I didn't realize she was talking to me. So I said, "I'm sorry, what?" And she replies, "That straw you put in there doesn't even go all the way down, he's not getting any food, and he's just playing, not eating." I smiled and told her it was an aerator that helps keep bubbles out of the nipple, and didn't even acknowledge the just playing comment. Five months in and it still catches me off guard how having a baby makes other people feel entitled to talk to you a certain way or offer unsolicited advice without hesitation.