Your Baby Might Be Breastfed If...

People may not be able to spot a breastfed baby just from looking at them, but there are a few character traits and indications that a baby is breastfed. Let me add, that , babies who aren't breastfed may very well do some of the things on this list. Your baby might be breastfed if...

1.) They are always eye balling boobs


2.) They grab boobs. Your boobs, your friends boobs, or anything that resembles a boob.


Your Baby Might Be Breastfed if..

3.) They try to latch onto anything that resembles a nipple.

Your baby may be breastfed if...

4.) They try to latch on to daddy's nipple.


5.) They have a little too much fun with bras.


Your Baby Might Be Breastfed if...

6.) Cannot leave them unattended in stores that have mannequin

Your baby might be breastfed if...

7.) The way they eat offends society.


8.) They have no idea what a bottle is for or how to use it.


9.) For no apparent reason, They reach in and look inside your shirt from time to time..

10.) They eat in the weirdest positions.

11.) They are very demanding and impatient because they are used to not having to wait for a bottle to be made. When they want it, you better give it or there will be hell to pay.

Your baby may be breastfed if...

12.) Seeing your fully exposed boob makes them uncontrollably happy.


13.) Their poop looks like mustard.


14.) They can eat their milk frozen

15.) Their milk has other incredible uses that don't involve nourishing them.

16.) No matter what you're doing, they stop by and latch which isn't always an issue, but it sure makes for some pretty interesting bathroom trips.

Your baby might be breastfed when...


17.) Their milk is referred to as  liquid gold.

How many of those things apply to your breastfed baby or their milk? What other things indicate a baby might be breastfed that isn't listed? 

Kristy Kemp

My name is Kristy Kemp. I created Breastfeeding Mama Talk back in September 2012. My motivation behind creating Breastfeeding Mama Talk was to be that support system for breastfeeding mothers around the world.