Quoting JennyLee24:I never thought about it...but hey, theres a 1st time for everything. I have a 4 and 6 yr old.
I slip extra pumped milk into our morning smoothies. DS1 is now 28 months and I won't reveal DH's age. :) (Is it weird that I drink it, too?)
my oldest isonly 2.5years old and she is still breast feeding so i don't know if i will be going that long but i think it is good for them. in other countries children are breast fed till age 7 so i don't see why it would be a problem
I used to, when I was pumping. Right now I am nursing our toddler and newborn. With six littles in the house, I just haven't made pumping a priority. :) It is nice, especially when they are sick, to be able to give them some breastmilk. That is one thing I will miss when I am no longer nursing.
Quoting GoodyBrook:I slip extra pumped milk into our morning smoothies. DS1 is now 28 months and I won't reveal DH's age. :) (Is it weird that I drink it, too?)
The whole family gets it occasionally. We have used it in mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, smoothies, etc. Right now, we are all - 1.5 yr old, 3 year old, 10 year old and hubby and I-drinking some once a day and dropping it into our nostrils because we are all fighting the new school year cold. Kids are all doing great with it, hubby and i are slightly sick, probably because we forget to "dose" ourselves as often as the kids.
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