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    I'll have to let you know Michelle right now there's no milk what-so-ever. Tiniest bit of clear fluid if I try to express. So Im thinking I'll have to wait for it to come in again. Though not sure if maybe it'll be quicker because it's done it before. I'll find out in about 6 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by IVFmumof2 View Post
    Target nursing singlets, best fit size & price and they have really pretty designs! And Kmart shelf tops are like$10 and were my fav!
    Kmart don't do their bub2b line anymore waaaaah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    I'll have to let you know Michelle right now there's no milk what-so-ever. Tiniest bit of clear fluid if I try to express. So Im thinking I'll have to wait for it to come in again. Though not sure if maybe it'll be quicker because it's done it before. I'll find out in about 6 weeks
    I want to know about the mamas who tandem feed two children of different ages. As you already have milk from feeding your older child. Do you get more colostrum for your newbie? And if you Do you get more colostrum to compensate for older child getting that too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I have small breasts, so I have always found it really easy to feed discreetly. My DS's head just covers the whole thing lol. I have heard people recommend the doubling of singlets though, for those with bigger breasts.
    This is me too, my DD's head totally covers the whole breast, so being discreet has never really been an issue. When they're infants, I usually just try and wear easy accessible tops or dresses and had a cover if what I was wearing wasn't appropriate for feeding in public and showed half my torso!

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    I've found breast feeding tanks to be a lot more discrete than singlets.

    You open by pulling down the bottom part and then undo and pull down. While your doing this breast is still covered by top flap.

    Position bubs and then open top flap, and latch. Breast barely uncovered.

    Best brand is lovable tanks!! They are long so suitable for pregnant bellies too and have elastane in them so help keep everything tucked in.

    Get them online on lovable site or other sites or if your lucky at Trade Secret on sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    I'll have to let you know Michelle right now there's no milk what-so-ever. Tiniest bit of clear fluid if I try to express. So Im thinking I'll have to wait for it to come in again. Though not sure if maybe it'll be quicker because it's done it before. I'll find out in about 6 weeks
    Thanks booobycino! Will look forward to hearing what happens hopefully as it wasnt so long ago it will come in and settle quicker. Good luck for the next 6 weeks!


 

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