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No comfort nursers here. Not that they *never, ever* comfort nursed because I do remember times where we did that, but it was truly rare.
Mine were more "no nonsense" nursers (if you've ever read "The Womanly Art of Bfing" it labels the different kinds of nursers). They nursed to eat and then were done. My last baby especially. He was actually a very difficult nurser from the get go. Funny how they're all different!
So, how exactly does one identify "comfort nursing"?
Does it ever happen WITHOUT nursing for food first??
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