If one, hypothetically, were to nurse their child beyond the American culturally normative 12 months, one might possibly find herself breastfeeding a verbal child. She might, then, experience hearing some unique sentences.
For example, an 18-month old child might call from the top of the stairs late in the evening: "Tricia! Tricia! Milkie!"
Or, theoretically, a 24-month old child might complain: "All done this side. This side slimy."
Possibly, one might even find oneself nursing a 30-month old, who despite hating cow's milk, might point to the fridge one day and say: "Want milk in here." Which could reasonably cause one to question: "You want milk from the fridge in a cup? Or you want mommy milk inside the fridge?" And in response, a mischievous child might joke: "Want nursing inside the fridge!"
Hypothetically, of course.