What a great way to take advantage of a learning experience for you daughter. I breastfed all of my children and none of them payed any attention to me. If and when they did ask, I simply told them that milk came from my breasts and it was how I fed all of them. They shrugged their shoulders, said ok and went about their merry little way. Friends of ours were over last week and they have a 3 month old little boy. My friend was nursing her baby, she uses a shaw to cover herself, while we were all sitting around the living room talking. Two of my children came downstairs while she was nursing and they paid no attention to her. They asked where the baby was and I told them he was eating. They looked at my girlfriend in a slightly puzzled manner (not sure how she was feeding him when they couldn't see him). My daughter figured it out and said "Oh yeah! She has milk in her breasts and that's how she feeds the baby, right?" I said "Yup!" and she then ran off to play seeing how the baby wasn't available for her to play with. Nursing is a fact of life, it's great that you have the opportunity to teach her about it.