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#1 of 2 Old 02-12-2005, 11:22 PM - Thread Starter
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I am noticing how much smaller by breasts are getting now that DS (almost 1) is nursing more like a big boy and less like a little baby. It's getting to the point that my excellent nursing bras from Decent Exposures are getting a little roomy.

So I'm wondering when it would be pretty safe to guess I've 'shrunk' as much as I'm going to (i.e., when DS has settled into his 'toddler' level of nursing).
DS still nurses very regularly (but for shorter lengths of time), and I still have plentiful milk - just not as much as I had when his only food source. He eats table food - some days lots and some days little.


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My first ds was around 12 mo. old when I bought smaller bras (and just the regular kind also, since he wasn't nursing as often). My breasts didn't change anymore after that. Well, at least not until the end of my second pregnancy.

I think it's probaby safe to buy some new ones

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