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    Quote Originally Posted by becandabub View Post
    Does that mean an older bub gets all they need from colostrum? I was worried that my little one wouldn't get everything they need or wouldn't get enough. Obviously a factor is how old the first bub is when we conceive the next one!
    My DD is 2 (today!) so isnt mutationally reliant on BM. I didnt get my cycle back until she was 12 months, and took 7 months TTC to catch the egg, so she was well and truly eating a range of food by then.

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    I fell pregnant when my ds was 13 months and continued to bf him throughout my pregnancy and for 5 months after my dd was born I tandem fed. I had absolutely no trouble with bf when pregnant and there was noooo way my milky bar boy was going to give it up. I felt my supply drop off in the early days but he soon got it back

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