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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Degrassi View Post
    Me either! I almost feel silly for not trying it, but I just couldn't bring myself to do it
    Haha me too, I think there are a lot of us who wanted to but could never take the plunge! DH always said he would try it but reneged very quickly once DS was born!

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    No wonder dd has a bit of a sweet tooth then! And I suppose no wonder why she doesn't want to wean, either!

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    Thanks everyone for your replies. I feel like I *should* at least try it, but I can't quite bring myself to do it!

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    This subject came up at a friends mothers house. She regularly cares for her sons baby and when the DIL goes to work she gives her EBM. We were originally talking about our methods for testing the temperature of a bottle. I said that I just feel the bottle now that I'm a bit of an old hand and I know if the temp is right. Friends mum tells me she can't feel the temp like that and nor on her wrist. So I asked her how she knows it's not too hot. She says she just squirts some in her mouth and tastes it! I said 'You drink DIL's breast milk!?!' She said 'yes, it's quite sweet and not bad'

    As for my own milk, no.

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    I tasted a tiny bit... mine really wasnt heaps sweet. A little bit sweeter than cows milk, but not very. I wonder what that means...

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    Yet for some reason people don't have an issue drinking the milk that came out of this....?

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    Yet for some reason people don't have an issue drinking the milk that came out of this....?

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    I couldn't bring myself to consume any bodily fluids whether they be my own, someone else's or an animals.

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    Yet for some reason people don't have an issue drinking the milk that came out of this....?

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    I don't drink this either.

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    I thought it was OK, sweet. But I don't like any type of milk so it did not appeal to me to drink a glass of it!

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    Really really really sweet- almost to the point of cavity creating.
    And watery. And warm.

    Ugh.


 

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