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My 3.5-yo DD is still having 1-2 pieces of Halloween candy per day. She opened her first Hershey's Kiss tonight, and said, "These look like num-nums, Mommy!" (our word for breasts)

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That's too funny. We call breasts num-nums. "It's num num time!" She isn't old enough to say it yet, but that is what I say to her. I imagine she'll repeat some day
 

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Originally Posted by MrsChicopea
That's too funny. We call breasts num-nums. "It's num num time!" She isn't old enough to say it yet, but that is what I say to her. I imagine she'll repeat some day

You bet she'll repeat it. Loudly, and in front of lots of people!
That's the reason I decided before DD was born that we'd have a "code word" for nursing. Thank goodness, because DD was an early, very *understandable* talker. I'm not brave enough for 3.5 years of screaming "booby" in public!
 

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Originally Posted by AuntNi
You bet she'll repeat it. Loudly, and in front of lots of people!
That's the reason I decided before DD was born that we'd have a "code word" for nursing. Thank goodness, because DD was an early, very *understandable* talker. I'm not brave enough for 3.5 years of screaming "booby" in public!

That is exactly we chose it too!
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Haha, my almost 3 yr. old will loudly proclaim "I want some boobie, mommy. PLEASE!" anywhere we are. It's strange, because at home he'll say "I want to nurse, please". I think he knows if he says boobie I'll give it to him to keep him from asking again!
 
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