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post #121 of 131
I posted earlier that my DD calls it Ma-Ma. But since then, she has been saying Ni-Night for when she wants to lie down to nurse, even if it's not naptime or nighttime. Sometimes it's Ma-Ma Ni-Night and then she puts her head down to show me that she wants to lie down and nurse. At night when she wakes, she's been just saying Ni-Night which is funny since she is the one waking up.

She also says "unny side" for other side. : (Ooooh, new smilies.)
post #122 of 131
i call it nursie, he calls it nummy nums!
post #123 of 131
my first two called it munchies.

the baby calls it moo. she will climb up on my lap, lay down in my lap, pull on my shirt and DEMAND, "MOOO!!!"

post #124 of 131
Milky. Still milky after all these years.
post #125 of 131
DD has a new saying this week, she told me that she "need a break". She picked up on me asking her if she needs a break when she's upset.
post #126 of 131

word raises no eyebrows

My DD (almost 3) calls nursing "mama." I am "Mommy." It's a great help when we are out or with unsupportive family members. No one bats an eye when she says, "I want Mama!"
post #127 of 131
"Nursies"
post #128 of 131
she started by saying "ahhuuhh ehhehhh" while lifting my shirt.

then she stopped that and not long ago started to call it "boobie". it's so cute coming out of her mouth.
post #129 of 131
DD2 is 6 mos and doesn't have a name for nursing yet, but DD1 (26 mos) says:

"Wanna have a milk?"
post #130 of 131
DD asks for "bee-boos". She's gotten boobies backwards!
post #131 of 131
When I was little, my mom would always ask me "are you hungry? are you sleepy?" so apparently I started asking for "hungry-sleepies" which sounded like "hungie-seepies."
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