what do you or your LO call them or call nursing time?
Mama to DS (6/07) , DD (6/09) , and DD (07/12) ..
Wife of a Coastie, Mom to Rylin, Alden, Carden and Thumper coming OctoberHelping my mom fight breast cancer.
I always used "nummies" with both kids, because I never wanted my kid to be the one yelling in the grocery store, "Mommy, I need BOOOOOOOBIES!"
15/52 craft projects completed in 2010.
I guess I would otherwise use milkies, although I've never liked that word.
Sharon wife to my hero James and momma to Kaitlyn 17, Tayler 15 and Anna 7.fur momma to Kami pit/boxer mix.
DH&Me Christ follower, homeschooler, gardener, (insert lots of additional crunchiness here) chicken mama, & occasionally blogger. Mama of boys 9,7,3.5,&11months....& SURPRISE expecting a BOY in November! 7 sweet-babes gone too soon.
For example: "Do you want some nursing?" and "Daddy's going to warm up some nursing for you," and "No pinching mommy's nursers." I even do this when I am talking to my husband, e.g. "my left nurser hurts--I have a plugged duct again."
I'm not sure why I started calling it that. But I have a hard time using the "right" words, for some reason.
married since 2000, mom since 2007
Pam (22 years old and making me a Grandma!)
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D, Jr. (14 years old)
Dominici (10 years old)
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