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Breastfeeding Quotes

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Pretty much everyone has something to say about breasts. We all know what “locker room” talk sounds like. Women also have plenty to gab about..”Man, this bra is strangling me.” Or how about this scene from the movie “Sixteen Candles”…(I found this quote on
Grandma Helen: Oh Sam, let me take a look at you. Fred, she’s gotten her boobies.
Grandpa Fred: I better get my magnifying glass. Ha Ha Ha.
Grandma Helen: Oh, and they are so PERKY.
[reaches to cup them]
Grandma Helen: [cut to:]
Samantha: I can’t believe my grandmother actually felt me up.
And it seems our little kiddies get in on all the booby talk too. In this month’s Breastfeeding Blogger’s Carnival, we’re writing about the theme, “The Things They Say.” I’ve written here before about some of the things my two year old, The Bortski, has said about breastfeeding, so I’ll give you a little re-cap.
At one time, The Bortski intimated he wanted to breastfeed again, alongside his baby brother.
Another time, The Bortski had this to say about my bra.
But here’s my all time favorite post, a compilation of some of the Bortski’s greatest hits:
December 12, 2006
The Bortski (27 months) seems to have a new found interest in my breasts. His fascination is different from that of The Bear (8 months). And it’s certainly different from that of his father (444 months). It seems, purely and simply, that he has taken a scientific approach to my chest. Here are a few scenes from the theater of the absurd here in our apartment.
I am rushing to get dressed. We have a birthday party to get to on the other side of the city and it’s raining. Dada is changing The Bear’s diaper. I have to corral the Bortski to change his diaper. I’m half dressed. Can’t put on my clothes until the last possible moment in case of sweating, baby spit up, and misfired pee. The Bortski runs into the room and runs out while making this pronouncement:
Bortski: “Mommy, I found your boobies.”
Dada: (from the other room) “How’d they look?”
Bortski: “Pretty.”
Me: (stunned silence).
Dada: “Did you hear that? I think you’ve got your quote of the week.”
The Bortski: “Mama, can I touch your boobies?”
Me: “Um, ok.”
The Bortski: “Ok.”
Thankfully, he turns to run away and does a flying leap, head first onto the sofa. “Super Bortski!”
The Bortski has figured out how to open the drawers on our dresser. This requires a bit of skill since there aren’t any handles. He reaches into one and pulls out Dada’s jock strap.
Bortski: “Mommy, I found the thing that holds your boobies.”
Me: “Oh, thanks so much. Can I have that, sweetie? Thanks!”
Bortski: “Mommy, your nipples are next to your boobies.”
Me: “Yes, that’s right.”
Bortski: “I have nipples.”
Me: “Yes, you do.”
Borstki: “I don’t have boobies.”
I’m changing The Bortski’s diaper. He reaches down to touch himself.
Bortski: “What’s in my diaper?”
Me: “That’s your penis.”
Bortski: “It’s on me. Like your boobies on you.”
Me: “Um, yes, that’s right.”
Bortski: “Mommy, what’s your Boobies name is?”
Me: “They don’t really have a name.”
Bortski: “Call them Mr. Booby.”
So there you have it. A toddler’s booby fixation. As for the other blogger’s here’s what they have to say for this Carnival:
The Lactivist
The Motherwear Blog
Breastfeeding Mums
Down With the Kids
Rattling The Kettle
Musings of A Crunchy Domestic Goddess
Nurturing Notes

7 Responses to “Breastfeeding Quotes”

These are fabulous, Andi! You’ve got quite a little character there!!

ROFL he’s had some real gems, hasn’t he? :)
i especially liked: Bortski: “Mommy, I found the thing that holds your boobies.” LOL

I just like the question, “Mommy, what’s your boobies name is?” :)

I was really stumped when my 3 year old asked why men have nipples? I reckon Bortski would have the answer!

I totally remember that scene from 16 Candles. So hilarious!
Kids ask the funniest questions, don’t they? Hey, come on by my blog! I’m having a Breastfeeding Advocacy Note Card Set Give-Away. Enter before Friday. I love your blog, BTW!

So funny! As for scene 5, my son thought I had two of what he had in his diaper!

My son is just fascinated by my breasts too. He’s 2-1/2 and gets so mad when I put a bra on. It’s funny, really. Just so curious.

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