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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I agree that there is no 'normal', it depends mostly on what you are comfortable with. My DS2 is almost 14 months old and feeds heaps throughout the day and night. His cousin who is exactly the same age only feeds in the morning and at night. They both eat the same amount of solids. I personally don't think there is any harm in the amount my DS feeds, despite what some health professionals might say. I trust his demands.

    As for extreme sports...I pinned this photo a while ago. Seem familiar?

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    I love all your breastfeeding photo pins! they are beautiful. Shamelessly now stalking you on pinterest

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplecat View Post
    I love all your breastfeeding photo pins! they are beautiful. Shamelessly now stalking you on pinterest
    Hehe stalk away!

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    Love the pinterest cartoon W. I hope it's ok I'm now following you. Want to reply to original post but will do it latter when DS is down for a nap cheers guys

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    My DS is almost 15 months and feeds when he wakes up, before his day nap and before he goes to bed. He would happily take it whenever I offer it and sometimes if he is upset he will put his hands down my top lol

    I think if you're happy and she's happy dont worry what anyone says. Heck if I listened to my MIL all the time my DS would of been on food at 6 weeks and formula juice coke or cordial at 6 months!! Lol

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    OP I have taken the relaxed aproach and feed on demand but in saying that I offer a lot of food and drinks in cups too. I offer food and drinks first than breast at that age.

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    Love all the photos and advice. its good to hear that other older babies are addicted to the boob still.

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