oooo, I miss those days! I was a 34 B before I got pregnant, after DS1, I was a 36DD, after DS2, I lost some weight but not any boob, and am now a 34 DD. Come to find out, Walmart doesn't sell bras in those sizes Would love to get some nice dress up bras for my working girls, but looks like it will have to be expensive ones.
I seem to have a really good group of health visitors. None of them have suggested weaning and all are really supportive of tandem feeding. I had my initial contact today and had a really interesting conversation with the HV about what animals do in the wild when they are still nursing and how this can inform what humans are capable of. She agreed with me that 2 boobs mean we are well equipped for feeding 2 babies.
I have big boobies and have managed to feed both at once lying down. I had the toddler next to me propped up on my arm (being hugged) and the baby kinda balanced on my chest/side. When we feed on the sofa I have baby on my knee and toddler next to me. She somehow manages to take the boob and face almost forward to watch the TV.
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