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    Default 44-month-old twins

    I just realized how funny it is to refer to my nursing preschoolers' age in months

    So question: When determining my lifetime (to-date) total months nursing, do I count months for each of the twins separately, or keep them together, since they are actually nursing during the same time of my life?

    If I count them together, I have nursed so far for 4.5 years of my life. But if I count them separately, it's been more than 8 years! Wowza!

    Now with another one due in a couple of weeks, I'll be adding a few more years on to that, hopefully.

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    I would count them seperatly! Sounds that much more impressive. Not that counting togther isn't impressive enough.
    Mommy to 2 little boys!
    DS1 11/1/07 BFed 7 months
    DS2 11/6/09 BF 2 YEARS! and counting!

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    Default Re: 44-month-old twins

    OMG you are nursing pre-school twins
    Personally, I think you take the amount of time you have been nursing and multiply it by the number of kids you are nursing
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    Default Re: 44-month-old twins

    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*durhamgrrl View Post
    OMG you are nursing pre-school twins
    Personally, I think you take the amount of time you have been nursing and multiply it by the number of kids you are nursing
    WSS
    Melanie

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    Matthew born April 2009
    Jonathan born March 2011
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    I couldn't figure out how old 44 months is! My brain doesn't go past 36 months.
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