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By loveyouson - / Wednesday 9 January 2013 18:48 / Denmark - Copenhagen
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By  perdix  |  29

Pump your milk and feed it to him through a bottle. The next time that little bastard is going to see titties is if he buys dinner first, or dials up some Internet porn.

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By  Chaa05_fml  |  12

Be glad he isn't a vampire !!

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  lilhellian  |  26

19 I've had someone tell me they want me to bite their tits.. Lead to some wierd convos but..

By  betty_white  |  12

that's when you know its time stop

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  shadowPlayer  |  6

Like hell! Breast feeding is the best thing you can do for a child. That's when you teach him not to bite before he gets the rest of his teeth.

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  N3766  |  20

My mom pushed my face to her breast so that I couldn't breathe and stopped biting and then continue breastfeeding me (That's what she said).

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  TheDrifter  |  23

Teeth are a sign the child's body is ready for a solid diet. Or are you one of those nutballs with the six year old that breastfeeds?

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  saksxalmo  |  20

#26, I don't know many children who get their first teeth at age six.

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  etchsanity1  |  11

36 that was the point of 26's comment that when teeth show up you stop breast feeding unless you are going to continue it well past the normal point

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Idiots, do some research before commenting. Teeth has nothing to do with introducing solids, babies don't learn to eat until they learn to sit up and can do it on their own. Your not suppose introduce solids until 6 months old or show signs they want to Try solids. It's actually better for babies to continue breast feeding until age of one and WHO recommends until the age of 2 if the mother and baby are comfortable to do so. Yes, I do breast feed and my daughter is 11 Months old.

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  betty_white  |  12

just because i suggested OP stop breastfeeding doesn't mean that i think OP should stop giving the baby breast milk, you can pump the milk so that you don't have to deal with chewed up nipples 54 - don't you think its kind've rude to call people idiots ? and your baby is probably starting to talk, it may even be walking already ... maybe you will be one of those nut jobs with a 6 yr old still breastfeeding

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  annie_nk  |  22

54-I was told by a pediatricians and breast feeding consultants that a baby can have baby food or cereal at 4 months if they show interest. Don't go assuming we don't know what we're talking about.

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  DocBastard  |  38

The only idiot here is Mookiisfabulous. You can give solids to babies whenever you're up to trying. We gave our son solids at 3 months and he gobbled it up, and now he eats everything. Get off your sanctimonious little rampage and realise that you do NOT know everything about child rearing.

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  saksxalmo  |  20

#101, doesn't it still make more sense to wait longer if you're unsure (as many people here apparently are)? I mean, the cons of feeding a baby solids before it's ready are the risk of choking (and death, pneumonia, whatever). What are the cons of breastfeeding for a little longer, during a period that the baby isn't even going to remember? It just seems that the latter would be preferred by "better safe than sorry" parents. Nothing wrong with that.

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  daisy2101  |  7

No baby no opinion! Not really.. but it's truly every mother and baby to their own, no one has any right to slam someone as a nut job because of their beliefs. It has nothing to do with anyone else

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  shadowPlayer  |  6

Normal? The world breast feeding weaning age is 4-7 years old. While that may not be 'normal' by your standards it still doesn't mean that you automatically cater to the kid. While they're young is a good time to start teaching not to bite. Not to mention that you shouldn't for w a child to wean before they are ready. It's true that you can start introducing baby cereals and soft foods, but they get more than food from breast milk well past a year. Also, pumping possibly hurts just as much and detracts from any bonding between the parent and child.

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  AndOtherDrugs  |  5

101 She actually said at six months or when the baby is showing signs that he/she is ready. You're statement wasn't contradicting hers so calling her an idiot was out of line.

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  Trai  |  6

I know that little bitter sounds better because it rhymes, unfortunately one t will suffice.

By  katties  |  27

Ouch... From what I've heard breastfeeding is S&M enough already, without the biting - girls I know have said you get really sore.

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  katties  |  27

This is what what kind of comments happen when you come straight from the "Fifty Shades of Grey"-FML in the middle of the night *sigh* -_-'

By  CaptainSaveAHoe  |  11

don't let him ruin the funbags!

By  david008  |  4

Give him a hot pepper. Hel think twice about biting anything else

By  perdix  |  29

Pump your milk and feed it to him through a bottle. The next time that little bastard is going to see titties is if he buys dinner first, or dials up some Internet porn.

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  lilhellian  |  26

But phones no longer have a circular dial...

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  perdix  |  29

#16, no one under 60 has ever really "booted up" a computer, but we use that term anyways. And what you would dial would be phone sex, where you wouldn't be seeing titties, just hearing them. Spoiler alert: The phone sex lady is not really flopping her tits, he or she is just slapping an uncooked rump roast down on a granite countertop.

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  Catkam623  |  27

Spoiler alert the phone sex lady isn't actually rubbing her nipples shes just rubbing two quarters together. (No I'm not trying to steal perdixs comment I'm trying to start a chain of spoilers since the first one made me laugh)

By  greenwich1945  |  13

Gosh that sounds very painful...if you still want to feed him breast milk you could buy one of those pump things so you can transfer it to a bottle and feed him from that. I suppose it's not as intimate but at least he's still getting all the goodness!

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