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When Jonah was full-time nursed, I carried him in the sling so that he had 24 hour access to the breast. Even when we were out, I wore a button up blouse that I could keep a couple of the buttons discretely undone so that he could nurse whenever he needed to.
So today I was taking him for a walk with the dog, because he loves being outside and the dog needs to be walked. I was wearing one of my nursing shirts. I don't really need them anymore, but I really like the way this one looks. So apparently he knows how to get into it. He didn't want to nurse... just wanted to hold it and pinch it. The problem is the way I carry him now, it isn't exactly discrete any more I didn't even notice that he was... um.. derobing me, because I'm so used to walking around with him like that, and then I passed my neighbor's who is moving, and one of the moving guys just kind of looked at me like My boob was half out and Jonah was just twisting away... Oops!
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Thank You, Pattyandthemoos, for my beautiful siggy!
What a funny story, and too funny about the neighbor!! I had a nursing tank top I loved and wore long after nursing, it had as much support as a good bra did, so I know the feeling of wearing them anyways!
After years of trying, 2 years of fertility meds, multiple surgeries, blood draws and needle sticks, some awful pre-IVF complications, and endometriosis and PCOS,
We are done TTC. Praying for peace as we accept this...
Hoping for some comfort after our most recent (and 3rd) surgery and starting Lupron!