Any set of holidays can make nursing difficult. If you're busy going from place to place and are in crowded settings, you may overwhelmed.
With Easter and Passover happening, there are lots of family gatherings between church, Easter egg hunts, seders (I know I'm a little behind on that), and other group meals. Your nursling may become distracted or disinterested in nursing. I experienced this a great deal and found the best way to deal with it was to take the baby to a quiet room and feed him there. Lots of people have no problems feeding their baby in public and that's fine, too. I'm totally jealous of that ability. It is especially useful if you have a child who reacts by being constantly "latched-on."
Remember Jesus was a breastfed baby boy. Moses probably had a wet nurse.
This was Squirty's first Easter in 2009.