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  1. Re: You know you're nursing a preschooler when...

    Just the simple, "Take your shirt off." Good grief. And to the mom's who's nursed toys, it wasn't creepy until I nursed Ironman. :lol
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    Re: Hostage Situation

    With the size of mine it would just be an outpatient procedure. :lol
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    Hostage Situation

    Twenty nine months ago my breasts and bed were taken hostage by a small cute bald man. As much as I have enjoyed this position of milk machine and snuggle friend to my little man, the time has come....
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    Re: Missed period, not pregnant.

    I've heard of false negatives before however wouldn't most urine tests show an accurate result at this point? The woman at the clinic said that the tests they use would show a result at 7-10 days...
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    Missed period, not pregnant.

    My son is two and a half and still nurses a lot, I finally got my cycles back in August and they were like clockwork (as usual) every 28 days for two months, and as of today I'm five days late but...
  6. Re: Aggressive nurser and co-sleeper

    Yeah he's the baby. Sigh. :love My girls were a much easier transition into the weaning/sleeping on their own thing. My husband really just wants him out of our bed as his little two year old legs...
  7. Re: Aggressive nurser and co-sleeper

    He's in a toddler bed. He was up until 11pm last night so I used it to lure him to sleep in his own bed, without nursing. :clap So I think the bedtime routine is a good idea. I have three kids,...
  8. Re: Aggressive nurser and co-sleeper

    I usually nurse him downstairs in the living room and he falls asleep. Then when I'm ready to go to bed I'll take him to his room and attempt to put him in his bed without waking him. Most times of...
  9. Aggressive nurser and co-sleeper

    My son will be 2 next week and is very physical when he nurses. Climbing all over me and pinching and rolling the opposite breast in his fingers while he nurses. Should I just stop the sessions...
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