Ilove toddler nursing!
Ilove toddler nursing!
He takes a break so his foot can 'nurse' (with sound effects).
He says 'Mama, brrrnnn, brrrnnn (balloon)', then tilts your nipple upward so you can blow it up. When you say 'It's not a balloon, silly', giggles and pretends to blow it up himself.
Stops nursing to say 'Bite. No. No.' (shaking his head), when he is teething and probably really wants to!
My very comical 17 month old.... sigh!
lol that's hilarious!
lately we've been getting a lot of trying to sing songs while nursing or popping off and bursting into song.
You know how some people will say that your baby is a toddler once they walk? Well, I feel like my little 11 month old nursling (who isn't walking, so no 'toddler' here) has turned into a nursing toddler with her nursing antics today. She has discovered that she can nurse while bending over and standing on my lap, while shaking her little baby booty. She even tried to get a little two-step dance action going some of the time today. :lol Oh! And maybe this behavior came a little sooner for their LO's but also just today, my DD took a couple spills that provoked quite a few tears. I honestly don't think I've thought to offer to nurse when that happens, but I did, and she instantly calmed down when she saw the boob, and latched right away--she was a brand new baby! Really looking forward to nursing through those boo-boos!
While breastfeeding your toddler, you sneeze and she promptly unlatches, says "bless you", and then relatches and goes about her business.
Aw - so sweet. :love Mine just giggles at me with the nipple in his mouth when I sneeze or cough. Manners are still a work in progress over here.
Mine has started pushing a truck across my chest and saying "vroooooooom" with the nipple in his mouth.
So I know 10 months is not quite a toddler but:
.... When he is crawling around the bed playing while you get dressed, looks up and sees you shirt off. Screeches, crawls over as fast as he can stands up and latches on. Cracked me up.
:lol Klisti, that's where we are too :)
When he signs for milk while you are making dinner, and you tell him just a minute. He blinks at you a couple times, grabs your hand, and leads you to the nursing chair.
When you take your older kid to the eye doctor, and while she's getting her eye exam your toddler is feeling you up while giving a high-volume monologue about "pupple". "I like dat one-two pupple, mommy. I like da big pupple. I want pupple. I want a nuss."