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  1. #11
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    Default Re: What are your breasts "called"?

    my los only 2month, im aiming for mum-nums xD
    Luna Justine: born January 20 th 6 am on the dot
    I did it! Now without the nipple shield 100% of the time Since 2/12

    We are now self-latching! .

    ing about . expecting to start in 2 weeks.

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  2. #12
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    Nursies. The verb and the noun are the same. Except that now he will ask in two different ways. Sometimes he will ask to "do nursies", and other times he will ask if I have milk for him.
    Teal

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    Noonies. Or Noony.

    Way too lazy for formula

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    Mum-Mum......or more recently "MINE"
    First time mom to Kalyna born December 14th 2008

    Born: 7lbs 7oz
    Month 1: 8lbs
    Week 5: 8lbs 6oz
    Week 7: 9lbs 5oz
    Week 9: 10lbs 2.6oz
    Week 17: 14lbs 7oz

    Nursing a 3.5 year old!
    Love , and

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    Default Re: What are your breasts "called"?

    DS2 called it ni-ni like "night night" We kept up the same with DS3 but he has changed it to nah-nah lately.
    Michelle

    Wife to Donnie , my best friend
    Mom to Trenton 1/9/97, Dillan 11/22/01, Ashton 6/19/09

    All boys, weaned at 15 months, at home with Ashton

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    Default Re: What are your breasts "called"?

    I used to (and still mostly) refer to nursing as nursies, but Brody has always called it nay-nay. He now sometimes calls it nur-nur.
    Mommy to L - May 7, 07' , B - February 7, 09' , and R - August 18, 12'

  7. #17
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    Default Re: What are your breasts "called"?

    Used to be "na-na" or "na-na's", now it's "milk". He'll hold up my bra when I'm doing laundry and say "milk". After he's done with one side, it's "udder side", then "all done". I love it!

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    Default Re: What are your breasts "called"?

    I referred to nursing as momma's milk.
    ds1 turned that into mee-mees
    ds2 used the same words

    they even call their own mee mees

    Lots of people around here call their grandmother mee mee, so calling out for mee mee in a crowd was okay.
    Proud mom of 2 boys, both weaned gradually and with love.


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    Default Re: What are your breasts "called"?

    We called them "breasts" and sometimes he calls/called them "nurse." Especially when I'm getting out of the shower--"Is that still your nurse, mum?"

  10. #20
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    Default Re: What are your breasts "called"?

    My 9 month old keeps saying "nieta". My DH is convinced that he is asking to nurse.
    DS was born June - 2010
    and with lots of help and support from my hubby
    Ready to pump wean!!

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