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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekypossum View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I just wanted to come on and tell people that understand.

    A little bit about my twins - I had 2 little girls born naturally at 33 weeks. They were in SCBU for 28 days. I also have a 5 year old girl and a 3 year old boy.

    We have just celebrated thier first birthday and I am so happy and proud to report that I have successfully breastfed them. They were exclusively b/f until about 8 months when I started them on solids. I had previously b/f both my other children with no hassels. I am so glad that I have made it to 12 months.....and it won't be ending too soon
    Well done, that is amazing!! You should be very proud of yourself!!

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    Well done. I bf my twins until they were 10 1/2 mths and then was forced to give up as I had to be hospitalised due to severe depression bought on by my husband leaving me out of the blue. I actually took an overdose washed down by a 1/2 bottle of gin. All good now though

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    thanks to everyone who has posted in here, its great for an expectant twin mummy like me to read everyones tips and experiences
    primadonnagirl - sorry to hear about your experience - glad all better now.

    so far ive bought an outdoor breastfeeding pillow and booked into the multiples association breastfeeding class. i successfully bf'd my son who is now 2 until 7 months despite him having to be tube fed and needing formula top ups at the beginning and think this taught me a bit about what to expect if the babies are born premmie. but the tandem feeding thing has me concerned!


 

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