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#1 of 5 Old 03-06-2003, 01:27 AM - Thread Starter
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Well this is the last night I can ever say I have a 2 year old.Littlebit will be 3 tomorrow.It is so hard to believe.WHere has the time went.He is getting so big not my little baby anymore.A part of me is so happy tonight and another part of me is sad.I am so proud to say though,We have made it this long nursing.ANd no plan to stop any time soon.HE loves his Nynees.I love the relationship we have with our nursing.I love the looks he gives me when I am nursing him.I love it everytime he tells me Mommys Milk is good.
He has come so far to have been sick for so long.I love him so much.
Mommy loves you so much.
Gotta go so I can go give my Littleman a big hug and nurse him to sleep.
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Happy Birthday and Congrats!

For me, nursing a 3 year old was odd in some ways. I had known I would nurse until at least two, so the 1st b-day was like "of course" the 2nd was "I made my goal" and the third? "what have i gotten myself into!?!?!?" Of course, we are 2 months past the 4th b-day now, so I basically just let it slide.




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Happy Birthday, happy birthing day, and congratulations! You have such lucky children to have a mama who loves and cherishes them so. How about the wonder of watching them drift off to sleep at your breast? Breastfeeding is the best! My DD turned 4 last month and is a committed breastfeeder. The time goes so quickly, and the benefits (to all) will last a lifetime. Blessings!
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Happy Birthday Littlebit!
The things he says about nursing now make it all the more important to me that he is able to self wean.....
I feel the love here....

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Happy birthday Littlebit
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