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My 19mo was given a baby doll for her first birthday. She couldn't have cared less about it at the time. Last night we stumbled upon it and she fell in love. She's been carrying it around all day. This morning she was sitting on my lap and all the sudden, out of the blue she says "Does baby want boobie?" She then lifts her shirt, puts the baby up to her chest, leaves her there and goes back to watching TV like it's the most natural thing in the world. I just watched her (with enormous pride
) then after a few minutes she says "all done" and burbs the baby. I have such a precious little girl
 

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My son does the same thing. I think it's wonderful. It took a few months after I had my second son before my first son decided he needed to nurse his toys. You should try keeping a straight face as your son nurses Yellow dog and Thomas the tank engine. Actually it warms my heart that he rocks, nurses and slings his toys - even if they are trains!
 

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Dd likes to use "two." So at my mom's house she went into the knitting bag and found two balls of yarn, and gave them to me to nurse. It made quite a sight. The only thing as funny looking is that she asked me to nurse two of the little wooden radish toys I just gave her.

She also sticks all sorts of toys into her shirt, and gets really frustrated in one piece outfits. I've stuck little stuffed animals down the neck for her.
 
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