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MommyMommyMommy 09-21-2007 10:55 PM

What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
I need a good name for nursing. What do you call it at your house? :goodvibes:

Ooey 09-21-2007 10:57 PM

Re: What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
I call it "nang-nang" and Whilder say "nay-nay" :D

jennyb 09-21-2007 10:58 PM

Re: What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
we never really called nursing by a certain name, but when my ds was old enough to talk he always pulled on my shirt and said "more" and "i want more" so i guess we called it "more" LOL

ms_hecubus 09-21-2007 10:59 PM

Re: What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
I say "Want some boob juice?" but I doubt that's going to catch on (outside my home, that is). :mrgreen:

Bunny 09-21-2007 11:03 PM

Re: What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
I called it nursing, and DS would sign "milk". :goodvibes:

imamama3 09-21-2007 11:45 PM

Re: What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
We call it milky or milky time! :)

zosiasmama 09-22-2007 12:11 AM

Re: What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
She calls it 'mo-mo" I don't know why but this is it!

topazdodge 09-22-2007 12:21 AM

Re: What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
We call it booba. So naturally, it was hilarious when the boobah dolls came out in Walmart when I was still nursing dd#1.

lulusmom 09-22-2007 02:22 AM

Re: What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
I started out calling it "nursey", and then switched to "num-nums." My dh refused to use those names, and instead just calls it "the boob."

mengmommy 09-22-2007 08:49 AM

Re: What do you (or your LO) call nursing?
 
I think we tried a few names like milky and num-nums, but ds picked nigh-nights by himself. We used to say nigh-nights for bedtime...which he would always nurse down for, so he equated the two.


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