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    Totally off topic (and sorry if this is thread jacking) but reading this thread makes me wish my midwives hadn't told me that 3 hourly scheduled feeding was best for DS - I probably would of been able to feed longer if I actually had a clue

    *also not trying to start a fight, am just sad that I had no idea*

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjay View Post
    Totally off topic (and sorry if this is thread jacking) but reading this thread makes me wish my midwives hadn't told me that 3 hourly scheduled feeding was best for DS - I probably would of been able to feed longer if I actually had a clue

    *also not trying to start a fight, am just sad that I had no idea*

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