Funny Stories about Breastfeeding
“It’s not funny”
We were at a family reunion recently and Paisley started nursing her dolly, a few people started laughing and pointing (in an aw isn’t that adorable kind of way) and she got the biggest scowl and said “It’s not funny; I’m just feeding my baby!”
—Lindsey Hall, July 7, 2009
Where did that milk come from?
When my son was around six months he thought it was hilarious to let go during let downs so he’d get sprayed in the face. He would laugh so hard. One day sitting on a bench in the mall he did this and sprayed a poor passerby. I don’t think the guy knew what hit him.
—Paula Stanistreet, July 7, 2009
“Titty milk from my mommy”
Just today, I took my four-year-old son to his soccer class along with my five-month old daughter. We take the streetcar downtown every Sunday. On the way home, the streetcar was very crowded, and two nice ladies offered us their seats. Two other women commented on how cute our baby was, and then my son proudly announced: “That’s my baby sister, and she drinks titty milk from my mommy!”
Lots of smiles and giggles came from that one! I thought is was great that he said it proudly – as it is something to be proud of!
—Deborah S-G, July 6, 2009