You know you are a Breastfeeding mama when... - Page 2
You don't think twice about shoving an entire cloth diaper in your bra because the pads just aren't enough.
You don't need to drag a big baby bag everywhere with you....diapers and wipes in your purse are enough.
This is a fabulous list!
You have no trouble using the "I'm breastfeeding" excuse whenever you want Desired Food Item.
(This one is LDS faith specific): One of your main reasons for your goal of extended nursing is because you find the nursing garment top the nicest-looking.
When playing with your baby on your tummy, she twists over and latches on over your shirt.
When coming across an ailment fixed with milk, you whip your shirt down and go straight to the source.
You envy women who do crazy things while nursing. (I have a friend who did home remodeling including ladders)
I LOVE the idea of telling someone they can go put blanket over THEIR heads and the thought of a little boy wanting to bf his kids someday. So sad!
When you stand in your closet, mourn the fact that between nursing and body changes from pregnancy you have only three things to wear, and then go fish them out of the laundry.
When you THINK you desperately miss sexy touches on your breasts, but as soon as hubby attempts to, you angrily bat his hands away. No touching!
When you glow with mama love when your baby starts caressing you and patting you while nursing. So sweet!
When LOs first time rolling over was when you brought her close to you for side lying nursing.
That feeling like it's never going to end... But you kind of wish it would because you are tired.
I had to revive this because this thread cracks me up.
Mine is when your 4 yo old DS hands your 19 mo old DS his baby doll and says, "your baby is crying, brother, time to nurse!"
and when anyone asks your 19 mo old what a small animal figure is, he says "mama cow" turns it over, points to the udder and says "nurse". And if it happens to be an anatomically correct animal, says "daddy cow", turns it over points and says "memis, no nurse".
that is too funny - you have a very sharp little one!
For me, it's when I forget to pull my hands-free pumping bralette out from under my shirt when I arrive at home/work/the store after pumping on my commute. It's bright red, and I've caught it trailing from my clothes or falling on the ground a couple times. It makes me feel like I'm tracking a piece of TP, but for something even more private!