Comfy Feeding

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  1. LynnieH

    LynnieH Well-Known Member

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    Its one of my fave feeding positions. It really helped me to carry on, plus if I fell asleep whilst feeding her a night I knew she was safer.
     
  3. Helen

    Helen ICSI Twins + miracle BFP

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    Has anyone tried the rugby ball hold for feeding? Just wondering how you got on if you did. It's what they recommend for feeding 2 at once or c-sections....
     
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    I used it but I personally didn't gte on with it BUT then I had no support whatsoever. I recommend getting in touch with your local breastfeeding support group, or La Leche as they will be able to help you lots with both breastfeeding twins, and after a c section.

    If you want I can see what info I have
     
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    Helen ICSI Twins + miracle BFP

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    That'd be great Beanie. Ta!

    I only have a couple of pics that say "this is the rugby hold position" and not a lot more!
     
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    hehe I was given a leaflet with step by step pictures and I would hold a very frustrated crying Seren whilst looking at the pics. It was a nightmare. It is so much easier if someone can come around and show you
     
  7. Iwantone!!!

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    can u explain how lying down and baby on top on ur nip/breast this is going sound like a blonde person how the hell can that e comfty and how does baby get milk i now the suck but doe sthere nose not get squahsed
     
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    You lie on your side!!!
     
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    Iwantone!!! Well-Known Member

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    what baby under ur bobbie
     
  10. LynnieH

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    No the baby lies on its side as well
     
  11. beanie

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    ... wrote it twice
     
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    I love my last thing at night feeds it is my best snuggly time with Frankie. We both snooze and get really close to each other.
     
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    It is like this


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    Is perfectly safe, mum usually has her arm outstretched so she couldn't roll over if she tried, plus breastfeeding mums tend to be very aware of where their babioes are when they co-sleep.
     
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    aaawww that sound soo sweet
     
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    I love it too, Seren however tends to try and stick her feet up my nose so its not as snuggly anymore.
     
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    I can't imagine how she can manage that!
     

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