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Nursing For Two (at sixteen months)

I last wrote a post about tandem nursing when Mark was five weeks old.  Since then, I’ve written many of them in my head while nursing, “Nursing for Two (at 8 months) (at 11 months) (etc., etc., etc.,)” but somehow … Continue reading

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Nursing for Two (at five weeks)

Mark turned five weeks old yesterday.  We’ve definitely had our ups and downs with tandem nursing since he was born.  Mark himself is a champion nurser.  He did hurt me a bit for a couple weeks when he latched on … Continue reading

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Interspecies Tandem Nursing

Because that’s how we roll around here:  If you’re hungry or sad, then you get to nurse.  And if Mama can nurse two babies, why can’t Ellie? She’s so good at nursing, she can do it on the go. Even … Continue reading

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Nursing is A Lot More Fun When You Actually Get Some Milk

Nursing with two has been an adventure already!  My goal has been to only nurse one child at a time and so far, we’ve succeeded.  A couple times, this has required some creative distraction but for the most part, our … Continue reading

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Nursing For Two

my totally late post to commemorate World Breastfeeding Week in a municipal park in Reykjavik, Iceland, July 2012 Ellie was still nursing when we found out that I was pregnant with Baby B2.  And by nursing, I mean NURSING.  At … Continue reading

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