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Ashlee is Mama of one darling boy. A 28 week early bird, now 1 and some change, doing beautifully. She lives near Chicago with her sweetheart husband and French Bulldog. She's a thinker not afraid to get her silly on. Babywearer, veggie queen, photography nut. Before the domestic days Ashlee was pursuing a future in developmental psychology but has happily shifted gears in favor of staying at home and couldn't imagine doing anything else. In her free time (ha!) you can find her whipping up babyslings, holding down the fort at Mama Speaks and spotlighting as an Itsy Bitsy Yoga Instructor.

Milk Machine

This week I have nursed:
  • An Uglydoll (Kissy-boo)
  • Assortment of trucks and tractors
  • Pen, crayon, marker
  • Lightsaber
  • Banana
  • Blocks
  • Vacuum cleaner attachment
  • Cell phone
  • Debit card
  • Toothbrush
  • Puzzle pieces
  • Sidewalk chalk
  • Screwdriver
  • Plastic spoon
  • Bracelet
  • Car Keys
  • Books (too many to list, but appropriately We Like To Nurse was among the many)
  • Calculator
And Xavier of course. What can I say, he likes to share! Believe it or not, this is the short list, you should hear the things (and people) he has offered "nonny" to that I've had to politely decline (our dog, Oliver tops the list) Ahhh, the things we do!

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  • Blogger tanya@motherwearblog says so:
    8:13 AM  

    That is so cute! I love it. top

  • Blogger Tracey says so:
    9:12 AM  

    Whoa. You ARE talented. I didn't know it was possible to nurse a spoon. :) top

  • Blogger Shelly says so:
    11:25 AM  

    So cute! My daughter does the same thing. top

  • Blogger Julie Luse says so:
    11:54 AM  

    funny! top

  • Blogger The Flip Flop Mamma! says so:
    9:15 PM  

    THat is sooo funny!!! What a little charachter! I'm so sad we missed you! Hope he's feeling better! top

  • Anonymous O Mama Mia says so:
    7:15 AM  

    Oh that's hilarious!!! Sophia never wanted to share, but now she nurses everything. top

  • Blogger Adventures In Babywearing says so:
    8:11 AM  

    I can relate so much! They are just so generous! Gray offers "boo" to anything and everything. He respects the "boo" too- he always greets it with a hug by laying his head on my chest first, then nurses, then when he is done he covers it with my shirt and then says "bye!"

    Love it!

    Steph top

  • Anonymous Peanut Butter and Jelly Boats says so:
    12:04 PM  

    What a beautiful picture! I love nursing pictures! My 3 year old "nurses" his kiki (blankie) at night. top

  • Blogger Drea says so:
    3:27 PM  

    Funny! :-) top

  • Blogger Stay at Home Mom says so:
    12:19 PM  

    I know how you feel. My 2 year old has gotten so interested in what mommy's doing with his baby sister.

    Stay at home mom top

  • Blogger Life With All Boys says so:
    5:12 PM  

    Atleast he will share :)

    When I had Hunter, Monte had just turned 3 and he used to "nurse" his stuffed animals all the time. Me and hubby thought it was hilarious, but boy did some people think NOT!!! top

  • Blogger Heaven Sent says so:
    8:57 PM  

    Too funny! :) At least he is a good sharer! top

  • Blogger Elizabeth F. says so:
    10:51 PM  

    Love that pic! And, that is the funniest list too! I just hope the vacuum cleaner wasn't turned on. LOL!

    Zachary hasn't offered his nursies to anything or anyone else. I think he's kind of possessive about them. He doesn't even like Zoe or Xander to sit on my lap! top

  • Anonymous Mama C-ta says so:
    8:15 PM  

    LOL hey, he's generous! Cricket would never dare share that.

    Debit card was my favorite. Beautiful pic too. I've been wanting a good nursing pic lately but the good times are when we're alone. top