Anyway, sometimes i am not fast enough from keeping Kathrynn's hands from going to her diaper area into her mouth. I don't think she has actually gotten any poop in her mouth, but I wondered what could happen if she actually did this.
She is 99% exclusively breast feed at this point.
And we only hope she will not be like this:
But I think she'll be just fine. I'm not saying it's healthy and nutritious, but I also don't think it will hurt her.
My 11 month old ds actually ate a small piece of cat poop the other week. I wigged out and called both the vet and the ped, both of whom said not to worry, everything's probably fine (indoor only cat). If they're not worried about cat poop, I wouldn't worry too much about a little bf poop!
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