Pew pew, which is the sound a laser gun makes. We got it from friends and it stuck.
Our 19 month old calls it "mimees" even though we've always called it nursies. No clue how she came up with it - she started signing for milk/nursies around 9 months, and then about 18 months came out with "mimees." She also calls out loudly and gleefully for "other side!" when it's time to switch. Sometimes she talks in her sleep and says "other side!" :)
Just "mama milk". This was years ago. It wasn't until she was nearly 2.5 when I learned that name was just for my right breast, which I always started her on because otherwise she would never nurse on it (picky picky picky!)
I was getting out of the shower, and she pointed to my breasts and said "That one is 'mama milk'. The long one is 'turnaround'."
Oh my goodness, that's too funny! I love reading these.
I have a 22 month old and a 3 year old, with whom I speak German (my first language) and they ask for "ein bisschen" which means "a little bit." Before my daughter could talk, she had a hilarious practice of making this very aggressive, very loud gargling sound when she wanted to nurse, which would always be accompanied by this "excuse me, i'm waiting" look.
My boy weaned this past summer, but he always called them "other sides." Or "sides."
Now that we talk about our new baby coming he says "Your baby is going to drink your other sides? He likes that? I want to try it!" which means he opens his mouth, puts it around my areola (which still open mouthed!) and laughs. He forgot so soon! He calls his own nipples "sides" too when he nurses his toys.
Neither of my kiddos are still nursing, but I saw this on the main page and wanted to participate. :)
My dd used to say "bee-boo" (she was trying to say "boobie" but got it backwards, lol).
Ds said "nur" (nurse)
My best friend's dd (22mo) says "muck-muh" (her way of saying "milk" from when she was about 12 mo old). One day she saw a squirrel in the backyard and we made a whole story about him. She decided he was called "Dogio". After a while Dogio disappeared up a tree and she was really sad. I started to talk with her about how Dogio went up the tree to see Mama Squirrel. We decided that he was having "NUT-muh", lol! It's turned into our running joke for the past couple of months. :D
My DS says "boop" also, usually accompanied by pulling the neck of my shirt out. "Boop" came from "boos" which came from what DD2 called it.
DD1 signed "milk" but weaned due to pregnancy before she was talking much.
DD2 called it "booaaaahs". My twenty-something BIL latched onto that one and that's how he referred to nursing when his DD was born. :)
i started signing with the twins a few months ago. scarlett picked up the signs for 'mama milk' pretty quickly. i thought it odd because shes not the greedy nurser, LOL.
i cried when my little trystan finally signed 'milk' to me. he'a a comfort nurser, like my first daughter was. He fell down one day and came wobbling over to me signing 'milk, milk, milk'! i was so proud of him. i honestly thought he didnt ever pay attention.
Me, too. There is just something so precious about the ways little ones ask for their beloved mama milk. Just imagining it makes my heart melt.
The other night, DS went to nurse and couldn't find the breast right off the bat, so he woke just enough to sit up straight and belted out "NUR!" immediately before cracking his eyes open just a bit, spotting me, and diving onto my chest, falling back to sleep about the time he made contact. I about died. It was so cute.