My 8 month old Lilmsx2 2 kids; 2 angel babies; United States 143 posts
Nov 5th '14

I posted a little bit ago about my daughter not wanting to drink formula. After speaking with the doctor and just keeping on it we found that some days she will drink formula fine other days she refuses it. The doctor suggested giving her a little milk on those days and that he wants her to see a GI specialist when she is a bit older... I don't understand the wait but... hey.

MotherFalcon Seidkona Due October 23; 2 kids; Fólkvangr, YD, Sweden 6714 posts
Nov 5th '14

no you need a 2nd opinion and do something now. cows milk will f**k up their tummies, so i suggest you make homeade formula and see if she will drink that.
she needs the nutrients and vitamins in the formula til shes 1.

Lilmsx2 2 kids; 2 angel babies; United States 143 posts
Nov 5th '14

Quoting MotherFalcon+2:
no you need a 2nd opinion and do something now. cows milk will f**k up their tummies, so i suggest you make homeade formula and see if she will drink that.
she needs the nutrients and vitamins in the formula til shes 1.


She is on vitamins, and being as I have 4 different doctors in the office we visit, I have had a second, third and forth. Since her milk allergy has been grown out of they want her to have low doses of milk anyway. if not mixed in with her formula mixed in with her oatmeal and food.

MotherFalcon Seidkona Due October 23; 2 kids; Fólkvangr, YD, Sweden 6714 posts
Nov 5th '14

Quoting Lilmsx2:

She is on vitamins, and being as I have 4 different doctors in the office we visit, I have had a second, third and forth. Since her milk allergy has been grown out of they want her to have low doses of milk anyway. if not mixed in with her formula mixed in with her oatmeal and food.


then all your drs are idiots. cows milk damages the intestinal lining, causes bleeding, and can cause more issues than that.
babies need formula til 1 no exceptions. make your own formula or get some donor BM.

Lilmsx2 2 kids; 2 angel babies; United States 143 posts
Nov 6th '14

Quoting MotherFalcon+2:

then all your drs are idiots. cows milk damages the intestinal lining, causes bleeding, and can cause more issues than that.
babies need formula til 1 no exceptions. make your own formula or get some donor BM.



Well lets see, my 4 year old had it at 9 months, I was given cows milk from around 6 to 8 months. Neither of us had any of this problems. and when a baby won't eat formula you do the next best thing. When you know everything and go to school for 8+ years please then tell me. But until then do not tell me NO EXCEPTIONS because there are exceptions to everything. Also no it does not cause bleeding or damage the intestinal lining. What it does cause and it's only in a low percent of children, is stomach problems due to being unable to digest the protien. Which funny enough is the protein that is the same as a opiate. The worry is that children under the age of one will become addicted to milk the same way an adult could. the problems milk causes not only happens in children under 1 but children over 1. Every child is different their babies work different. So please go to school for 8+ years do your research, and then come demand at me what I need to do with my children, and that my DOCTORS are idiots. Being as my 8 month old has a full developed digestive tract.

MotherFalcon Seidkona Due October 23; 2 kids; Fólkvangr, YD, Sweden 6714 posts
Nov 6th '14

Quoting Lilmsx2:


Well lets see, my 4 year old had it at 9 months, I was given cows milk from around 6 to 8 months. Neither of us had any of this problems. and when a baby won't eat formula you do the next best thing. When you know everything and go to school for 8+ years please then tell me. But until then do not tell me NO EXCEPTIONS because there are exceptions to everything. Also no it does not cause bleeding or damage the intestinal lining. What it does cause and it's only in a low percent of children, is stomach problems due to being unable to digest the protien. Which funny enough is the protein that is the same as a opiate. The worry is that children under the age of one will become addicted to milk the same way an adult could. the problems milk causes not only happens in children under 1 but children over 1. Every child is different their babies work different. So please go to school for 8+ years do your research, and then come demand at me what I need to do with my children, and that my DOCTORS are idiots. Being as my 8 month old has a full developed digestive tract.


youre kidding me right? you dont need to get defensive. im sorry if my tone came off as judgy or bitchy or whatever.  im not saying youre a bad mom, just stating facts.
you dont need to go to school for 8yrs to know something pertaining to childrens health. I am a mother you know. One who does research.





taken fromhttp://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages...
which is based on information from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Yes your dr's are idiots, and you need to learn for yourself as well before blindly trusting your dr.



Many parents ask why they can’t just feed their baby regular cow’s milk. The answer is simple: Young infants cannot digest cow’s milk as completely or easily as they digest formula. Also, cow’s milk contains high concentrations of protein and minerals, which can stress a newborn’s immature kidneys and cause severe illness at times of heat stress, fever, or diarrhea. In addition, cow’s milk lacks the proper amounts of iron, vitamin C, and other nutrients that infants need. It may even cause iron-deficiency anemia in some babies, since cow’s milk protein can irritate the lining of the stomach and intestine, leading to loss of blood into the stools. Cow’s milk also does not contain the healthiest types of fat for growing babies. For these reasons, your baby should not receive any regular cow’s milk for the first twelve months of life.
Once your baby is past one year old, you may give him whole cow’s milk, provided he has a balanced diet of solid foods (cereals, vegetables, fruits, and meats). But limit his intake of milk to one quart (32 ounces or 946 ml) per day. More than this can provide too many calories and may decrease his appetite for the other foods he needs. If your baby is not yet eating a broad range of solid foods, talk to your pediatrician about the best nutrition for him.
At this age, children still need a higher fat content, which is why whole vitamin D milk is recommended for most infants after one year of age. If your child is overweight or at risk for being overweight, or if there is a family history of obesity, high blood pressure, or heart disease, your pediatrician may recommend 2% milk (reduced fat) instead. Do not give your baby 1% (low-fat) or nonfat (skimmed) milk before his second birthday. In addition to needing a higher fat content to maintain normal weight gain, it is also important to help his body absorb vitamins A and D. Also, nonfat, or skimmed, milk provides too high a concentration of protein and minerals and should not be given to infants or toddlers under age two. After two years of age, you should discuss your child’s nutritional needs, including choice of low-fat or nonfat milk products, with your pediatrician.


MotherFalcon Seidkona Due October 23; 2 kids; Fólkvangr, YD, Sweden 6714 posts
Nov 6th '14

your 8m old does not have a fully developed digestive system, and i dont know where you got your info that babies will become addicted to cows milk.

Lilmsx2 2 kids; 2 angel babies; United States 143 posts
Nov 7th '14

Quoting MotherFalcon+2:
your 8m old does not have a fully developed digestive system, and i dont know where you got your info that babies will become addicted to cows milk.


And are you her mother? Also my doctors are not idiots. Apparently you are because you do not realize that every child and person is different. They develop differently. every single one. but since you want to be a complete and utter b***h and insult people based on not having all the information which includes family history. Seriously, grow the f**k up and stop commenting on shit you really know nothing about. did you know before formula when women couldn't breast feed or didn't have the money for a wet nurse children were feed goat and cows milk. did you also know formula is harder on a childs disgestive. Your right doctor's don't know everything, but I do know my child better then a stuck up b***h on the internet that thinks she knows my kid and her body better then the doctors and mother that have been around her since she was born. And yes you can become addicted to milk.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CasomorphinA protien in milk that mimics morphine... it is worse on the body then morphine . Also milk withdraw has the same symptoms as morphine or opiate withdraw which includes but is not limited to: hot flashes, muscle spasms, Twitching, cold swears, and headaches. How do I know this? and Why do I know about this? the Casomirphin in milk, helps bring down meth addicts from their high, the same way taking a percocet will. this is why meth addicts do not typically take opiates with them, and when in a pinch need to get clean will drink up to a gallon of milk. I know this from my ex who was a meth addict. How do I know about the withdraw symptoms. I went through it when I tried to cut milk out of my diet, I have known many people who have gone through the same thing.

Do doctors tell you this? No. Do they tell you thats why they do not approve milk for children? No, the reason being is if you knew this you wouldn't buy milk, they wouldn't tell you that a little over the counter vitamin works just as good as milk. They also won't tell you to much milk is a bad thing, just as they won't tell you kids really don't need formula after the first 6 months of life, once they start being able to eat and digest completely solid foods, they no longer need formula. Why it is suggested that children MUST HAVE formula up until a year is more about money, and thankfully I have idiot doctors who aren't in the formula company's pocket, apparently like yours are. I have doctors who care more about the well being of my children, then the money a formula company will give them. and yes Doctors get money for 'advertising' a company's product. That is why doctors have samples and coupons in their office for certain brands of things. Yet, you still believe that giving cows milk to a child under the age is wrong well here are some facts about MY CHILD:
1 month: Can't digest formula without large ammounts of rice. Doctor checks stools and makes sure there is no digestive problems. She holds her head up at about 2 weeks is nearly rolling over by 1 month. Destion of a 3 month old
2 months: Says mommy, sean, and i love you. Eats baby food, rice, and Is moved to soy formula, eats about 8 to 12 ounces each sitting, Digestion of a 5 or 6 month old.
3 Months: starts on only formula as per doctors orders. Starts drinking upwards of 12 to 16 ounces 4 times a day, moved back to baby food. Starts asking for bottle
4 months: Starts eating lil crunchies puffs, is picking them up with two fingers, sits up on her own and holds bottle. Is eating over 6 ounces of baby food in  a sitting, and nearly 10 ounces of formula..
5 months: Drops from 10 ounces of formula every 4 hours to barely 8 ounces a day, no reason for it not sick, not teething, Starts crawling, pulling self up and standing. Can say crissy, and doggie. Eats solid foods without choking, loves little crunchies. Doctor suggests forming her to eat formula... try everything... doesn't work. no supplementing.
6 months old: goes from 8 ounces to 2 ounces and back up everyday, is eating nearly everything we eat. digestion is extremely advanced.
7 months: stops drinking formula for two weeks, doctors suggest almond milk. Is good for a few weeks then starts to show an allergy. Doctor suggests soy milk... child refuses it. We try regular milk... shows no sign of an allergy and no sign of digestive problems. I am told to check her stools, and make sure no diarrhea. I hold off. Thinking milk is bad for digestion. I start giving her vitamins that are perscribed, and Just what we eat. a well balanced diet

8 months: Refuses formula except maybe two days. Finally give in and give her milk. moniter her and so do the doctors, no digestion problems at all. No signs of an allergy, no rash no fever, no issues. doctors suggest adding milk to the formula, to ween her back on. we started that two days ago and she is back on formula. But they are having her tested by a GI to see why her digestive tract is as developed as a 1 year old child. She is walking, talking, and extremely advanced for her age.

If you look at family history, if not me my parents, my father started refusing breast milk and was put on cows milk around 8 to 9 months old. When they check out his digestive system he was 4 to 6 months more advanced. move on to my mother she was normal, My daughter's father was the same way my father was, and so was I. As the doctors have told me, it is rare for it to happen. Since It didn't happen with my first.

But you can go raise your two kids and stay out of my two kids life, because you think you know everything. and my family history. Because the funny thing is. She is not the only oddity in the family.
So please stay the f**k out of shit you know nothing about, oh and please take your website that 'Research' from one website and do a little research. Which apparently I have done, because unlike you I don't blindly follow my doctors, or I wouldn't of found out that part of the reason my 8 month old is rejecting formula is because she has an insensitivity to formula, that can do more damage to her digestive system then milk. I wouldn't know my 4 year old suffers from severe insomnia and the only way to get her to sleep is melatonin and lavender scents. See, I don't blindly follow my doctor. I have argued with them and Called them idiots myself. I even left and went to a different doctor. But you see the thing is, My doctors and I work together. They know they don't know everything and they know I know more about my kids then they do. I am with them 24 7, Unlike you I do my research and have many of times. Why? Because I am not a follower, I never have been and never will be. When I was told I had a cold, but was showing symptoms I know as withdraw I did my research. and After a glass of milk I was magicly no longer sick. But you know, you wouldn't know this because you haven't done your research.
Now have a nice life and kindly GO f**k YOURSELF YOU STUPID f**king c**t.

MotherFalcon Seidkona Due October 23; 2 kids; Fólkvangr, YD, Sweden 6714 posts
Nov 7th '14

Quoting Lilmsx2:

And are you her mother? Also my doctors are not idiots. Apparently you are because you do not realize that every child and person is different. They develop differently. every single one. but since you want to be a complete and utter b***h and insult people based on not having all the information which includes family history. Seriously, grow the f**k up and stop commenting on shit you really know nothing about. did you know before formula when women couldn't breast feed or didn't have the money for a wet nurse children were feed goat and cows milk. did you also know formula is harder on a childs disgestive. Your right doctor's don't know everything, but I do know my child better then a stuck up b***h on the internet that thinks she knows my kid and her body better then the doctors and mother that have been around her since she was born. And yes you can become addicted to milk.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CasomorphinA protien in milk that mimics morphine... it is worse on the body then morphine . Also milk withdraw has the same symptoms as morphine or opiate withdraw which includes but is not limited to: hot flashes, muscle spasms, Twitching, cold swears, and headaches. How do I know this? and Why do I know about this? the Casomirphin in milk, helps bring down meth addicts from their high, the same way taking a percocet will. this is why meth addicts do not typically take opiates with them, and when in a pinch need to get clean will drink up to a gallon of milk. I know this from my ex who was a meth addict. How do I know about the withdraw symptoms. I went through it when I tried to cut milk out of my diet, I have known many people who have gone through the same thing.

Do doctors tell you this? No. Do they tell you thats why they do not approve milk for children? No, the reason being is if you knew this you wouldn't buy milk, they wouldn't tell you that a little over the counter vitamin works just as good as milk. They also won't tell you to much milk is a bad thing, just as they won't tell you kids really don't need formula after the first 6 months of life, once they start being able to eat and digest completely solid foods, they no longer need formula. Why it is suggested that children MUST HAVE formula up until a year is more about money, and thankfully I have idiot doctors who aren't in the formula company's pocket, apparently like yours are. I have doctors who care more about the well being of my children, then the money a formula company will give them. and yes Doctors get money for 'advertising' a company's product. That is why doctors have samples and coupons in their office for certain brands of things. Yet, you still believe that giving cows milk to a child under the age is wrong well here are some facts about MY CHILD:
1 month: Can't digest formula without large ammounts of rice. Doctor checks stools and makes sure there is no digestive problems. She holds her head up at about 2 weeks is nearly rolling over by 1 month. Destion of a 3 month old
2 months: Says mommy, sean, and i love you. Eats baby food, rice, and Is moved to soy formula, eats about 8 to 12 ounces each sitting, Digestion of a 5 or 6 month old.
3 Months: starts on only formula as per doctors orders. Starts drinking upwards of 12 to 16 ounces 4 times a day, moved back to baby food. Starts asking for bottle
4 months: Starts eating lil crunchies puffs, is picking them up with two fingers, sits up on her own and holds bottle. Is eating over 6 ounces of baby food in  a sitting, and nearly 10 ounces of formula..
5 months: Drops from 10 ounces of formula every 4 hours to barely 8 ounces a day, no reason for it not sick, not teething, Starts crawling, pulling self up and standing. Can say crissy, and doggie. Eats solid foods without choking, loves little crunchies. Doctor suggests forming her to eat formula... try everything... doesn't work. no supplementing.
6 months old: goes from 8 ounces to 2 ounces and back up everyday, is eating nearly everything we eat. digestion is extremely advanced.
7 months: stops drinking formula for two weeks, doctors suggest almond milk. Is good for a few weeks then starts to show an allergy. Doctor suggests soy milk... child refuses it. We try regular milk... shows no sign of an allergy and no sign of digestive problems. I am told to check her stools, and make sure no diarrhea. I hold off. Thinking milk is bad for digestion. I start giving her vitamins that are perscribed, and Just what we eat. a well balanced diet

8 months: Refuses formula except maybe two days. Finally give in and give her milk. moniter her and so do the doctors, no digestion problems at all. No signs of an allergy, no rash no fever, no issues. doctors suggest adding milk to the formula, to ween her back on. we started that two days ago and she is back on formula. But they are having her tested by a GI to see why her digestive tract is as developed as a 1 year old child. She is walking, talking, and extremely advanced for her age.

If you look at family history, if not me my parents, my father started refusing breast milk and was put on cows milk around 8 to 9 months old. When they check out his digestive system he was 4 to 6 months more advanced. move on to my mother she was normal, My daughter's father was the same way my father was, and so was I. As the doctors have told me, it is rare for it to happen. Since It didn't happen with my first.

But you can go raise your two kids and stay out of my two kids life, because you think you know everything. and my family history. Because the funny thing is. She is not the only oddity in the family.
So please stay the f**k out of shit you know nothing about, oh and please take your website that 'Research' from one website and do a little research. Which apparently I have done, because unlike you I don't blindly follow my doctors, or I wouldn't of found out that part of the reason my 8 month old is rejecting formula is because she has an insensitivity to formula, that can do more damage to her digestive system then milk. I wouldn't know my 4 year old suffers from severe insomnia and the only way to get her to sleep is melatonin and lavender scents. See, I don't blindly follow my doctor. I have argued with them and Called them idiots myself. I even left and went to a different doctor. But you see the thing is, My doctors and I work together. They know they don't know everything and they know I know more about my kids then they do. I am with them 24 7, Unlike you I do my research and have many of times. Why? Because I am not a follower, I never have been and never will be. When I was told I had a cold, but was showing symptoms I know as withdraw I did my research. and After a glass of milk I was magicly no longer sick. But you know, you wouldn't know this because you haven't done your research.
Now have a nice life and kindly GO f**k YOURSELF YOU STUPID f**king c**t.



you are the biggest contradicting idiot ive ever met. theres no fixing that stupid ya got thar. also, if you want to inform, thats welcomed but if you are a complete b***h like youre accusing me of being, nobody will take you seriously. youre lucky i read your shitstorm. you should go back and read what i wrote bc i was in no way a b***h. it sucks that you take a mother informing you about something as a commentary on your parenting ad you get so defensive. take a chill pill

MotherFalcon Seidkona Due October 23; 2 kids; Fólkvangr, YD, Sweden 6714 posts
Nov 7th '14

also did you read this part in your link:
They have not been shown to have any effect on humans[1] and they not been proven to be formed in the human digestive system
as of 2008 there was a lack of evidence that these diets had any effect

MotherFalcon Seidkona Due October 23; 2 kids; Fólkvangr, YD, Sweden 6714 posts
Nov 8th '14

also do you  vaccinate?
and why did you formula feed from the beginning if youre so against formula?

☆ The Flash ☆ 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Quahog, VA, United States 7288 posts
Nov 8th '14

You know, MF, it's pretty interesting that you're so big on mothers knowing what's best for their babies and themselves... until they believe something that you don't believe... 

Or am I mistaken and this isn't you basically advocating "f**k doctors, women should have all the power in labor because we know all, since we figured out insert tab A into slot B and inject cream C gets you baby". 

http://www.babygaga.com/t-2613177/just-wanted-to-s...

MinnesotaMommy2One 1 child; Minnesota 2701 posts
Nov 8th '14

your kid had a full vocabulary by 6 months old by the sounds of it? lol......

αͷtͷmnαƪ Hogwarts, .., United Kingdom 77414 posts
Nov 8th '14

Quoting MinnesotaMommy2One:
your kid had a full vocabulary by 6 months old by the sounds of it? lol......



What two-month-old says "I love you, Mommy, and Sean"? 38

Twicethelove<3 United States 970 posts
Nov 8th '14

Quoting Lilmsx2:

And are you her mother? Also my doctors are not idiots. Apparently you are because you do not realize that every child and person is different. They develop differently. every single one. but since you want to be a complete and utter b***h and insult people based on not having all the information which includes family history. Seriously, grow the f**k up and stop commenting on shit you really know nothing about. did you know before formula when women couldn't breast feed or didn't have the money for a wet nurse children were feed goat and cows milk. did you also know formula is harder on a childs disgestive. Your right doctor's don't know everything, but I do know my child better then a stuck up b***h on the internet that thinks she knows my kid and her body better then the doctors and mother that have been around her since she was born. And yes you can become addicted to milk.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CasomorphinA protien in milk that mimics morphine... it is worse on the body then morphine . Also milk withdraw has the same symptoms as morphine or opiate withdraw which includes but is not limited to: hot flashes, muscle spasms, Twitching, cold swears, and headaches. How do I know this? and Why do I know about this? the Casomirphin in milk, helps bring down meth addicts from their high, the same way taking a percocet will. this is why meth addicts do not typically take opiates with them, and when in a pinch need to get clean will drink up to a gallon of milk. I know this from my ex who was a meth addict. How do I know about the withdraw symptoms. I went through it when I tried to cut milk out of my diet, I have known many people who have gone through the same thing.

Do doctors tell you this? No. Do they tell you thats why they do not approve milk for children? No, the reason being is if you knew this you wouldn't buy milk, they wouldn't tell you that a little over the counter vitamin works just as good as milk. They also won't tell you to much milk is a bad thing, just as they won't tell you kids really don't need formula after the first 6 months of life, once they start being able to eat and digest completely solid foods, they no longer need formula. Why it is suggested that children MUST HAVE formula up until a year is more about money, and thankfully I have idiot doctors who aren't in the formula company's pocket, apparently like yours are. I have doctors who care more about the well being of my children, then the money a formula company will give them. and yes Doctors get money for 'advertising' a company's product. That is why doctors have samples and coupons in their office for certain brands of things. Yet, you still believe that giving cows milk to a child under the age is wrong well here are some facts about MY CHILD:
1 month: Can't digest formula without large ammounts of rice. Doctor checks stools and makes sure there is no digestive problems. She holds her head up at about 2 weeks is nearly rolling over by 1 month. Destion of a 3 month old
2 months: Says mommy, sean, and i love you. Eats baby food, rice, and Is moved to soy formula, eats about 8 to 12 ounces each sitting, Digestion of a 5 or 6 month old.
3 Months: starts on only formula as per doctors orders. Starts drinking upwards of 12 to 16 ounces 4 times a day, moved back to baby food. Starts asking for bottle
4 months: Starts eating lil crunchies puffs, is picking them up with two fingers, sits up on her own and holds bottle. Is eating over 6 ounces of baby food in  a sitting, and nearly 10 ounces of formula..
5 months: Drops from 10 ounces of formula every 4 hours to barely 8 ounces a day, no reason for it not sick, not teething, Starts crawling, pulling self up and standing. Can say crissy, and doggie. Eats solid foods without choking, loves little crunchies. Doctor suggests forming her to eat formula... try everything... doesn't work. no supplementing.
6 months old: goes from 8 ounces to 2 ounces and back up everyday, is eating nearly everything we eat. digestion is extremely advanced.
7 months: stops drinking formula for two weeks, doctors suggest almond milk. Is good for a few weeks then starts to show an allergy. Doctor suggests soy milk... child refuses it. We try regular milk... shows no sign of an allergy and no sign of digestive problems. I am told to check her stools, and make sure no diarrhea. I hold off. Thinking milk is bad for digestion. I start giving her vitamins that are perscribed, and Just what we eat. a well balanced diet

8 months: Refuses formula except maybe two days. Finally give in and give her milk. moniter her and so do the doctors, no digestion problems at all. No signs of an allergy, no rash no fever, no issues. doctors suggest adding milk to the formula, to ween her back on. we started that two days ago and she is back on formula. But they are having her tested by a GI to see why her digestive tract is as developed as a 1 year old child. She is walking, talking, and extremely advanced for her age.

If you look at family history, if not me my parents, my father started refusing breast milk and was put on cows milk around 8 to 9 months old. When they check out his digestive system he was 4 to 6 months more advanced. move on to my mother she was normal, My daughter's father was the same way my father was, and so was I. As the doctors have told me, it is rare for it to happen. Since It didn't happen with my first.

But you can go raise your two kids and stay out of my two kids life, because you think you know everything. and my family history. Because the funny thing is. She is not the only oddity in the family.
So please stay the f**k out of shit you know nothing about, oh and please take your website that 'Research' from one website and do a little research. Which apparently I have done, because unlike you I don't blindly follow my doctors, or I wouldn't of found out that part of the reason my 8 month old is rejecting formula is because she has an insensitivity to formula, that can do more damage to her digestive system then milk. I wouldn't know my 4 year old suffers from severe insomnia and the only way to get her to sleep is melatonin and lavender scents. See, I don't blindly follow my doctor. I have argued with them and Called them idiots myself. I even left and went to a different doctor. But you see the thing is, My doctors and I work together. They know they don't know everything and they know I know more about my kids then they do. I am with them 24 7, Unlike you I do my research and have many of times. Why? Because I am not a follower, I never have been and never will be. When I was told I had a cold, but was showing symptoms I know as withdraw I did my research. and After a glass of milk I was magicly no longer sick. But you know, you wouldn't know this because you haven't done your research.
Now have a nice life and kindly GO f**k YOURSELF YOU STUPID f**king c**t.



LMAO it's actually quite funny to me that your on a site full of moms and your trying to get us to believe that your 2 month old says words and phrases. Your a loon.