Does your LO have a name/word they use to indicate they want the boob?
My almost 2 yr old uses "bit" not sure where it came from as I don't use the word "tit" to describe boobs.
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30-08-2015 17:18 #1
Name for BF'ing
30-08-2015 17:40 #2
Boobie. He has had any since the beginning of April and still tells me he loves them and wish he was a baby because he misses them.
30-08-2015 17:50 #3
30-08-2015 18:03 #4
DD fed until she was 2, and it was always just 'milk' or 'mummy milk' to her. She used to pronounce it 'nook' though...even though she walk perfectly capable of saying it properly :P
30-08-2015 18:06 #5Senior Member
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My 11 month old cries "booie" so that's what we call it now!
30-08-2015 18:08 #6
Both my boys called it boobie or booba
30-08-2015 18:17 #7
Booby here for both of mine.
30-08-2015 18:17 #8
Both of mine said milk or mummy milk.
30-08-2015 18:35 #9Junior Member
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30-08-2015 18:56 #10
That's my usual cue
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