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post #61 of 64
Very cute stories!
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Originally Posted by Calidris View Post
Today DD (3.5) was building with her Megablocks and brought me something, told me to raise my t-shirt, and then said (to my breasts) "This trophy is for making the yummiest milk EVER!"

Verbal nurslings are adorable :
THIS was my absolute favorite!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm not an emoticon kinda gal, but...

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post #63 of 64
Ok, as much as it ticks me off that DH finds this so amusing I though your mommas would get a kick out of it.

I always ask my 19 mo if he's ready for the "other one" so of course my little human sponge has picked up the word "other" and tells me when he's ready to switch. Now that's great except that when a 19 mo says "other" it sounds more like "udder" and he now calls nursing "udder" and milk in a cup "nilk". DH always said I was his little milk machine and now he calls me his "udder girl" (as if he could handle me and another woman too .
post #64 of 64
^^^ LOL "udder".

DS1 was a late talker so I missed out on this with him (he weaned at 27 months).

DS2 loves the word "please". He comes up to me and says "want na-nas PLEASE" or "want na-nas and take a nap, PLEASE, mama, PLEASE". He also says this in the middle of the night if I try to turn away from him because my boobs are tired.

The cutest comment of late was when I was showering with him. I was squatting down to wash his little feet and he saw my boob. He tried to latch on but I said "not now, you have to wait until we get out of the shower." He pointed to my nipple and said "I want to eat that".
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