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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

The file grows larger...

File this under things I never thought I would hear/say:

"Do you know what dingleberries are?"

"No, what?"

"You know, when poop gets stuck on your butt hair."

"Oh, yeah.... I hate that."

Tha little gem of a conversation was overheard at work!!!

Oh, and I was also sent an e-mail asking about extended breastfeeding that Blew. My. Mind.

You can read more about it here.

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Blogger venessa said...

Wow to the bfing comment. Just wow. You handled it beautifully!

9:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

orgasm? W.T.F?!?!

ok, I defer to Thomas Paine's quote: "Common Sense is very uncommon."

As always,beautifully written response:)


11:47 PM  
Anonymous Jenn said...

Hehe, what a funny conversation. That reminds me of a funny one my husband and I had the other night... though now I'll be damned if I remember it.

Breastfeeding: sadly I'm starting to get the "how much longer do you plan on breastfeeding?" question thrown at me, and my son isn't quite six months old yet!
Some people...

12:36 AM  
Anonymous Heather said...

The person who asked you if you orgasm while breastfeeding is just SICK. You handled it very well.

9:01 AM  
Blogger Abby said...

I posted a comment at Flickr for you on all of this.....

Some people just do not want to educate themselves on things. I find the people who say those sorts of things are the ones who have NO CLUE what any of the recomendations are. Davis was done breastfeeding at 11 months and I know people wondered when I would be done. Oh and we did not circumcise him either. Talk about questions....

When people choose not to educate themselves on something, thier view is far from valid. I pretend I only speak Spanish...lo ciento no habla ingles.

9:07 AM  
Blogger Pottymomma said...

As a person who has breastfed many kids well into late toddlerhood and hasn't really had a nursing break in the past 6 years, I have to say W.T.F?!?!! to the person that emailed you. Breastfeeding is alot of things: amazing, tiring, wonderfully calming, annoying sometimes, comforting, painful, natural, emotional.....
But not sexual. That person is the one with some real issues.

9:10 AM  
Blogger mamalife said...

People are amazing, aren't they? And I don't necessarily mean that in a good way. I breastfed my girl until 2 1/2 years. I stopped only because I had to to treat pre-cancerous stuff on my face that I'd been putting off treating for a year and could not any longer. People thought I was a nut for nursing so long. I did not care what they thought because I knew what was right for my sweet girl.

10:26 PM  
Blogger Maria P. said...

ok weird work conversation and that sucks people are giving grief about "still" nursing. ((hugs))

12:09 AM  

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