Wednesday, December 14, 2005

My Daughter the Nipple Nazi

The Middle Girl has adopted a family at church as her second family. Usually they sit right in front of us and she usually sits with them -- the parents and their three teenage daughters. The family is very sweet to The Middle Girl; Miss Ann always brings a snack for her and the girls will even take her to the bathroom when the need arises. It's a nice arrangement as far as I'm concerned.

Last Sunday, after services, Miss Ann (the mom) leaned back to tell me that one thing she loves about my daughter is how she always makes them laugh. Then she told me that The Middle Girl had crawled into the lap of one of the teenagers, patted her on the chest and said, "Why do you have those things? You don't have a baby and need to nurse it yet."

I'm glad she knows how important breastfeeding is, but I guess we haven't really explained that those "things" don't just appear at baby feeding time.

2 comments:

Roberta S said...

Between the "miracle birth" in your last post and the "things" in this post, Jordana, you're going to have to pay close attention. Sounds like the kids could leave you so far behind, you'll be looking around and thinking your first in line. (LOL)

LDH said...

A post title like that always fills me with a vague sense of dread-ish-ness as to what new combination of search words would worm their way into the site stats (even when it's not my site to begin with...)

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