Oh the joy. My almost four month old has decided the world is for exploring and getting him to sit still and have some milk is getting more and more difficult.  Except at night. Yawn.

This pretty much sums it up, particularly the bit about wanting to feed then deciding against it just as the let down happens?!
 


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