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    The fact that I can do it Feeding a baby is a wonderful experience, and as a man I'm lacking the requisite hardware for breastfeeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duncan_bayne View Post
    The fact that I can do it Feeding a baby is a wonderful experience, and as a man I'm lacking the requisite hardware for breastfeeding.
    This. I love that my DH gets to be a part of it. DH gave DS his first ever feed, colostrum from a syringe. Pretty special for him

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    I love how I can hold my DS close and feed him without having him physically attached to me! He isn't a great sleeper and I feel had I breastfed I would be so physically and emotionally drained that I wouldn't have been able to cope. I like that other people can feed him not that it happens very often lol my DS also has severe silent reflux and I was able to find a formula that suits him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duncan_bayne View Post
    The fact that I can do it Feeding a baby is a wonderful experience, and as a man I'm lacking the requisite hardware for breastfeeding.
    What an awesome daddy!!

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