I have now joined the rank of mothers from all species who wake up one morning to find that they are a milk factory. I couldn't imagine how breastfeeding would feel before Hazel came into this world. However, it's so natural that the instant she arrived, I held her to my breast and she's spent a huge portion of her life there ever since. I LOVE looking down and seeing her suckling. It's beautiful. Even better are the silly faces that she makes when she pauses or switches sides.
That brings me to what I really wanted to blog about. This week Jake bought Almond Milk for our cereal. It tastes good with cereal, but I'm completely baffled by it. All I can think as I'm eating is: "You can milk just about anything with nipples." "I have nipples, Greg, could you milk me?" (quote from Meet the Parents). And then I think, but almonds DON'T have nipples, so what's really going on here?