"Milkies" or "Mama Milkies" most of the time. If we visit a certain friend, she calls it "nur-nur" for awhile when we get back.
She's also been known to just ask to nurse and also ask for a boob. Mostly it's milkies though. In fact, when she rolls over in her sleep, half the time she mumbles "milkies" before setting back into sleep.
My son calls it ninny. It's an easy word to say that's also discreet. My mom used it with my bros and I when we were all little, so that's where I got it. She told me that's the word her momma used, but my dad's mom used the same word. I wonder if any MDC mommas use it?
I tried to teach DS the difference, or maybe the similarity, of ninny to cow's milk, which he also drinks. I got him to say "momma's milk" and "ninny milk" and he'll call it that sometimes.
My friend has tried to get him to say "boobies," but luckily it didn't stick.
When DS was learning to say his first words, he called me "mama" DH "dada", nay-nay became "nana"
Now we are Mommy and Daddy and nursing (and my breasts) is called "nanny"
There are four kinds of "nanny"
1.Nanny-boppy (for when he wants to nurse on the boppy)
2.Nanny-stairs while signing "sleep" (for when he wants to go upstairs to bed!)
3.Nanny-shyyde (for the other side)
4.Nanny-buhbye for when he's done and is getting down to run off to play right after!
Oh and MIL is Nanny Jenny!!! So when DS said "nanny", she thought he meant her--she was so excited! We told her what it meant but I think she keeps forgetting cause she still gets all happy when he says it.