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  1. #481
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    Default Re: You know you're nursing a toddler wh

    she unlatches to pretend to sneeze

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    YKYNAT when...
    He finishes nursing, walks away and says "bye tiny milkies." At least he's being honest.
    I am Lea (middle name)
    Mama to Dominic born on 3/23/09
    Wife to G 4/27/07
    We're blessed to have been for 3 years and counting! Proud to with our squirmy worm

    "My home is not a place, it is people."
    -Lois McMaster Bujold

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    When she says "Thank you for opening your bra!" or "good job opening your bra" "can I have the left nummie now?" Yes she knows left/right nummie...
    Nursed my sweet daughter 3 years, 3 mos.

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    Lol too funny!

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    Joe is pretty speech delayed, so I have been reading about all of the cute and funny things that toddlers say at the breast a little wistfully, because he didn't say any of that stuff. But recently he has finally learned "o' side!" and "mama milk!" and it's not that interesting, but I am pleased as PUNCH.


    You can call me JoMo!

    Mom to baby boy Joe, born 5/4/09 and breastfed for more than two and a half years, and baby girl Maggie, born 7/9/12.

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    Default Re: You know you're nursing a toddler wh

    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*joe.s.mom View Post
    Joe is pretty speech delayed, so I have been reading about all of the cute and funny things that toddlers say at the breast a little wistfully, because he didn't say any of that stuff. But recently he has finally learned "o' side!" and "mama milk!" and it's not that interesting, but I am pleased as PUNCH.
    I am Lea (middle name)
    Mama to Dominic born on 3/23/09
    Wife to G 4/27/07
    We're blessed to have been for 3 years and counting! Proud to with our squirmy worm

    "My home is not a place, it is people."
    -Lois McMaster Bujold

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    Default Re: You know you're nursing a toddler wh

    And just tonight, after I wrote the post above, he said "boob!"


    You can call me JoMo!

    Mom to baby boy Joe, born 5/4/09 and breastfed for more than two and a half years, and baby girl Maggie, born 7/9/12.

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    When finished babe offers you a turn!
    Baby Girl "Piper" born Feb 12th, 2010. She is a true blessing!

    And a baby who is now an Angel in Heaven Feb 7th, 2008.

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    lol love these.. I'm part of the club now I guess!!

    YKYNATW when they are finished they place your nursing pad back on your boob and turn for the other side. LOL, or put the nursing pad on daddy

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    I was getting concerned that my little guy should start being weaned and he is showing no interest in that happening! He was 2 months early with major medical problems and extreme reflux and doesn't care for cows milk at all. He is almost 18 months old. I was concerned because he wants to nurse but at the same time wants to play and do other things! Any comments or suggestions?

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