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What cute things does you LO do before nusring?

Posted by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 10:44 AM
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My first didn't really do anything cute, but this baby will crack up laughing as soon as he sees the boob. He has been known to trick me into thinking he is hungry and then will refuse to latch and just laughs away.
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gradysmom2006
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 10:55 AM

She still fusses.  When I sit on the middle cushion and grab my boppy it means I'm going to nurse.  She recognizes that and immediately begins to fuss.  Not cry, but sort of yell at me.  Like, hurry up mom.  My son did exactly the same thing.  With him it got to the point that I couldn't sit on that part of the couch if I didn't want to nurse because he associated the two together.  (obviously a lot older than my daughter is now...)

ChazznRoccosmom
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 11:28 AM

When it's time to nurse, he'll escort me into the bedroom and slam the door shut. He'll take me to the chair or bed (depending on if it's bedtime, or first thing in the morning), pat it, wait for me to get on. Then he climbs on, laughs as he watches me unclasp my bra, then he makes a chomping sound when he goes in for the kill. 

He has this whole little routine every time, and three times a day, every day, it just melts my heart. 

       Mom                  Dad              Chazz (8y)         Rocco (4y)         Joey (22m) 

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ChazznRoccosmom
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 11:30 AM


Quoting gradysmom2006:

With him it got to the point that I couldn't sit on that part of the couch if I didn't want to nurse because he associated the two together.  (obviously a lot older than my daughter is now...)

My son does that too with both my bed and the chair. I can't sit on it without nursing. If I try, he comes in, slams the door..........

       Mom                  Dad              Chazz (8y)         Rocco (4y)         Joey (22m) 

Breastfeeding, baby wearing, natural birthing, anti-abortion, SAHM who still loves her tattoos, piercings and hair dye

eema.gray
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 11:31 AM

My daughter crawls or scoots up, pokes me in the leg, says "ehmamamamamama" and signs milk.  It's very effective, lol.

ilovemylovey
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 11:33 AM
DS is only four months so he usually is grumpy before he nurses. Lately, he pinches my nipple while grabbing it before I get him in position and kinda slaps at my boob over and over impatiently. It's pretty cute. If he sees me without a bra on after a shower he smiles so big, giggles, and licks his lips. Even if its not time to nurse and he sees my boobs he gets himself so excited that I have to nurse him or he'll cry!
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kristinas8
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 12:22 PM

 When my lo starts to fuss, I'll pick her up and head for our chair, and she litterally starts to cry till it's in her mouth. I don't think it's funny but thats what she does. She never cries till I pick her up.

Kaydence2010
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 12:25 PM
My dd will try to nurse even when my shirt and bre are still in lol
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catholicmamamia
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 11:00 PM

My baby pats the top of my bra, looks me in the eyes, and gently asks "nu nu?" :o) 

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Wife2003
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 11:09 PM
Awwwww I have watery eyes!!! DS doesn't do much but squeal, not cry but squeal lol. We do 90% of our nursing laying down because of OAL so I will lay him on his side and while he is waiting for me to get in position he opens wide and keeps lunging forward or trying to eat the bed lol! He's 3mo <3
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kyriesmommy13
by on Jul. 25, 2010 at 11:18 PM

 kyrie (almost 25 months) will usually say, "i want milkies, mommy (or something similar to that)," and her newer thing to do is make a smacking sound right after asking - almost like she's already tasting the milk in her mouth. at the same time, she also gets a huge smile on her face. it's very cute!!!

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