Have you ever watched something unfold, like a mobile breastfeeding truck, and say to yourself, why didn't I think of that. I did when I first stumbled on to this story, what a great idea. The rest of the story after the jump.An artist and teacher at Carnegie Mellon University has come up with an idea to support mothers who are harassed for nursing in public.

Jill Miller envisions something she calls “The Milk Truck.” She wants to buy an ice cream truck and outfit it with a giant breast on the roof.

When a woman is made to feel uncomfortable or told to leave a public place for breastfeeding, she could contact “The Milk Truck.” The truck would respond and park in front of the restaurant or other establishment, along with followers of the program through Twitter and Facebook. Jill is trying to raise $10,000 to make it a reality,people can pledge at Kickstarter.com