Would like to highlight that breasfeeding need not be all or nothing. If situation does not allow to continue, you could still latch on once at night, once in the morning or whenever you are with your child.
"According to the Iowa Extension Service, every teaspoon of breastmilk has 3,000,000 germ killing cells in it; so if a baby gets even one tsp. a day, it is very valuable!"
One of the reason why I choose to breastfeed a long as I can:
"breastfeeding is truly not just about the milk. I cannot imagine what mothering would be like without nursing. How else would I comfort him when he is sick, calm him after a temper tantrum, or soothe him quickly back to sleep when he wakes during the night with teething pain? "
(Quoted from a website)