You know you're feeding a toddler when...

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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by Andypandy » Fri Apr 18, 2014 4:21 pm

Penguin wrote:When you moan about being forced to feed on the toilet, you aren't talking about being discriminated against by bfing in public, you're talking about a nudie wee before you jump in the shower which the small one sees as an invitation to latch on.
hahahahahah

I once was drying myself after a shower and DS1 took it as an invitation to feed.
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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by Beck_and_bubs » Wed Jul 23, 2014 7:38 pm

When you get caught looking at a photo of a man with large pecs on your phone by your breastfeeding toddler, who then exclaims "num nums! ".

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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by kingofthedivan » Fri Nov 06, 2015 8:15 pm

When the fondling and caressing of your other boob is so ardent and insistent (and the nipple twiddling! Oh god the twiddles!) that on reflection, the sum attention of all previous lovers pales in comparison and seem not to have been very demonstrative at all.
Sorry, that was probably tmi.

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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by Jenbt85 » Sat Nov 07, 2015 12:35 am

Hahaha :)
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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by snowie » Wed Nov 11, 2015 2:25 pm

Toddler insists that eating lunch means sitting on your lap having a mouthful sandwich then a sippy cup of water then a breastfeed, repeat cycle.
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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by snowie » Mon Jan 11, 2016 12:26 am

Now BF means she MUST stand on the floor. ](*,) So we have a new rule - no standing to BF at the kitchen table, you must sit on mummy's lap.
You may stand to BF in the lounge room as long as mummy is sitting on the chair with wheels that can be made to be very low.

Oh and I also have one of these models: !~@~@!~fly by nursing
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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by A+D » Mon Jan 11, 2016 6:33 pm

Haha, love the run-by drink! Don't think I'd enjoy it so much in reality.

I got a long over due new bra recently, on the first wearing when DD2 came in for a feed, she was very excited, commented "pretty!" and had a good look before settling down for a feed.
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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by snowie » Fri Jan 22, 2016 10:13 pm

It is a pain in the you know where to have the run-by drink. I'm finding myself standing these days to do anything at the computer as sitting means that a BF must happen. :smt005
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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by JMc » Sat Jan 23, 2016 10:52 am

When they latch off the breast to latch on to their big toe. Y'know, just to see. In fact he's doing it again right now!
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Re: You know you're feeding a toddler when...

Post by snowie » Sun Jan 24, 2016 2:04 am

:smt005 sounds like it would look very cute!

When you co-sleep and the toddler is trying to reverse over you while BF, from her side carred cot, to in between you and DH, and you end up with a bum in your face.
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