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#61 of 67 Old 03-09-2007, 12:12 AM
 
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My ds is 14 months. He will say "bub" (boob) really loud(no matter where we are), reach into my shirt, or will sign milk. He will also go get the boppy pillow and bring it to me if we are home.
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My DS (20mos) hardly ever reaches into my shirt if I am wearing a high collar! Unfortunately I tend to prefer V-necks, so I definitely get some grabbing when we are out and he wants.

He calls it "muk" or "mukka mukka" and also signs milk, and he says "uh side" when he is ready to switch. Lately I've found him checking back to first side when he is done with both sides, perhaps to see if he can squeeze out a few more drops??

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My 11 month old nuzzles her face into my chest. I've been trying to figure out a sign (but not milk) or a new word that she could use... lots of ideas here thanks ladies
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my dd says Oma. This is the tibetan word for milk.
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"Mi-Mi" It's so sweet!

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My 16-month-old usually just tugs at the bottom of my shirt.

For a few months he's called my breasts "buh" - which I took to mean "belly" because he'd point to my belly and then to my breasts. I always corrected him and said, "No, those are nursies." Well, I think I figured out tonight that he's saying boob. When he did it I asked, "Are you saying 'boob'?" and he nodded and yelled, "buh!"

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my older two kids called it mamas. my youngest calls them me-mes
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