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i LOVE breastfeeding Raleigh but omg this whole thing she is starting to do is really becoming a PITA and im sick of it..she likes to suck stop look around then jump back on and suck again, well it wouldnt be such a big deal except she does it until the milk starts flowing out really fast and then once it does that she wont go back on it..she just looks around staring and smiling at everything from the ceiling to the floor! its like she does it on purpose every feeding, i know she doesnt know what she is doing but when she starts smiling its like she is thinking haha you cant stop me. its cute but not really at the same time because i dont like getting covered in milk and i dont like watching my milk fly all over the place and on her and me..its getting messy and i dont know how to stop her..i wont give up on BFing because of something like this but its getting to be a pain..the only time she wont do that is when she is really really hungry but even sometimes she might do it once or twice..but not like when i just offer her the breast and she does it like 10 times.
anyone else having this problem? any suggestions would be GREAT because this mama is getting really tired of these games.
[/COLOR][/B]RIP Jen, You will be missed. [/CENTER]
I think a few of the girls have mentioned having problems similar to this. I think it's the age that they are hitting. I know they make something called a nursing necklace that is meant to help distract them while they eat.
Try the breastfeeding board they may have some good advice.