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Old 08-23-2011, 08:56 AM   #11
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I got some Müsli on my daughter this morning, I dripped some water on her last night, goodness knows how many times I've gotten 'stuff' on her.

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Old 08-23-2011, 02:21 PM   #12
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I stained one of my oldest's little white outfits with red enchilada sauce. I don't use a nursing cover ever - don't own one. But I do sometimes cover the baby with a napkin or something ever since that enchilada sauce incident. And I am really careful with hot (temperature) foods and drinks. I would hate to burn my baby! Crumbs are just a fact of life, though!

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Old 08-23-2011, 10:46 PM   #13
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i drop crap on her all the time lol mya is currently sleeping in my lap and i keep dropping goldfish crackers on her
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I stained one of my oldest's little white outfits with red enchilada sauce. I don't use a nursing cover ever - don't own one. But I do sometimes cover the baby with a napkin or something ever since that enchilada sauce incident. And I am really careful with hot (temperature) foods and drinks. I would hate to burn my baby! Crumbs are just a fact of life, though!

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Old 08-26-2011, 06:41 AM   #15
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I often wondered what the little brownish smears on DD's pajamas were... they only appear sometimes, and only at night, and I was concerned because they kinda looked like dried blood.
Then I realized it's little chocolate crumbs from the "yes mommy will nurse and rock you for the 6th time tonight" stash that I keep next to the rocker :-)
And I have been known to drop something (few grains of rice, piece of salad, etc) on DD, pick it up, and pop it in my mouth. BF takes calories!
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Old 08-26-2011, 09:20 AM   #16
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Our carrier is made by Olives & Applesauce. Now I think I know why they call it that!
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Ok so am i the only one that their appetite goes completly away while feeding their baby/babies? I will be starving then i latch a baby on and i have no desire to eat or drink anthing at all.its weird andhas been like this with all kids....but as soon as they are done nursing my appetite is back???
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Re: Feeding yourself while breastfeeding

HA-HA-HA!This thread made me laugh!I'm not eating while nursing,but I do eat with DD in the wrap.Got tired of getting food crumbs from her neck folds,so I am putting a kitchen apron over us,I have one of those like professional ones kind of oversized with very long ties.It works for us!
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When at home I use a cloth napkin or a dishrag to drape over myself and the nursing baby. I tuck it into the neck of my shirt, just like you'd do to a small child. When at a restaurant I do the same thing with the paper napkins, only I use several in order to cover the nursling completely. I also had to do this the last 2 months of my pregnancy to not drip food on my belly. There is no shame in my game.
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