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Old 03-29-2011, 12:55 PM   #1
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Being able to laugh when you have the postpartum blues.

I'm sure we have all had our funny or embarrassing experiences when it comes to breastfeeding, so I thought I would share mine. Also I would love to hear yours too.

One afternoon a truck came up my road (which is a private drive except to the people who rent the property behind us for cattle grazing) going way too fast that he couldn't stop if a child or pet ran out in front of him. So on his way back through, I came out to stop him and give him a piece of my mind. So I approached his truck, he was a young guy maybe mid 30's. I started telling him that I had kids and pets that played out front. All he could do was stare at my breast. This wasn't the first time that I have had a man talk to my breast and not my face. So I wasn't alarmed. So I finished telling him off and he seemed really nice and understanding. We said our good byes and he promised that he would drive slower. I thanked him and headed back to my porch. At that moment when my kids opened the front door and stared at my boobs, I knew exactly what they were staring at. They were staring at their very tired mom's breast milk soaked white shirt. When I looked down and saw my wet shirt I just had to laugh. Then I told them that the stranger was staring at my boobs during the whole conversation.
They laughed so hard.

My toddler was two months old at the time and I had enough milk to feed a small army.

Anyway I hope someone gets a kick out of this. It was just what I needed while having the baby blues.

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My toddler recently learned to say "tickle" and was tickling my boob yesterday... That's the best I have for the moment.
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Re: Being able to laugh when you have the postpartum blues.

I love it! Just braindead at the moment!
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