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#1 of 6 Old 02-06-2005, 11:47 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Does anyone else's child talk to your breasts like they are separate from you? My dd will have conversations with my breasts which she calls "mamas". She tries to feed them her snack, give them drinks, She'll say "Hi mamas" when she wants to nurse and "bye mamas" when she is done.
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My DS doesn't do this, but it sounds like the cutest thing I've ever heard of!!
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DC never did either but that's really sweet! She has asked if I was taking my breasts with me when I went out though...um, yea. :LOL

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my ds's have kissed my breasts or patted them gently, but not nurture them or take care of them.

that is one sweet little mama you got there!
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My dd talks to my breasts all the time! It's nice to know she's not the only one. In the morning after she has finished nursing she will pull my shirt back down and lean in and whisper "I'll nurse you tonight mommy nipples". She just turned three and is getting verbally creative about her nursing. She's even made up a song about them! Nursing an older child is definitely a unique experience but one I wouldn't trade for the world!
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If I'm nursing my 20mo dd in my bed, when she finishes nursing she will cover my breast with my shirt or a sheet or anything handy and say "night night Milk!" and then talk to my head as if the two are not connected in any way.
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