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#121 of 129 Old 06-12-2008, 08:46 AM
 
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silkie milkies


and we call coming to nurse and "perch n' slurp"

none of this is the baby though, to ask for milk he makes a sortof inhaling growling noise. he is 15 months
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Cute thread. DD calls it "dee dee" ... it started as "Drinkie drink" when DH and I would talk about it, before DD started talking. Then, when she started trying to ask for it verbally herself, it got shortened to dee dee.

Now it is as though my dee dees have their own personality. DD will kiss my belly (I'm 9 months pg) and say hello to the baby, and then kiss each breast and say "hello dee dee, hello dee dee" - it is as though I have THREE people living in there, not just one growing baby!!
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I call it milkies. My son just signs milk like crazy and starts opening his mouth like a hungry little bird.
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Kies. From Milkies, which our 3 1/2 is having right now,ll sqooshed up between me and the computer desk!
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Ds call is "milk," but pronounces it "muck." Usually it is "Muck. MUCK! MUUUUCCCKKK!!!" He isn't all that patient
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DD (18 months) is very verbal but still signs to nurse. It was the second sign she learned so it is her own version. She rests her chin on the back of her hand with her elbow up in the air. When I ask "do you want to nurse?" she shakes her head yes and kind of giggles in a way she only uses then and when offered the other side. She does ask for the other side by sitting up, patting my chest and saying 'utter sigh'.
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we say nur-nur...dd1 used to say "mom, lay down...take you bwa off"..or "mom, you wanna nur-nur in the bed?" like hey doesn't that sound like the best idea I just had? soooo sweet! dd2 is 13mo. and I ask her if she wants to nurse and she just nods and says "K!"
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I refer to nursing as milk but ds says mee-nah....I think it means me nurse but I don't really refer to it as nursing much. Oh and today he said boobie, lol. I kinda hope he sticks with mee-nah
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Nursies... Beth is crying and Ally says... "Mommy, Bethy needs nursies"
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