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    Then stop, you will still get that look on the end of a bottle

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    I'm not going to sway you either way, only you know what is best. But whatever you choose, your child will thrive and you will still be a good mamma

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    Wow thanks everyone.

    Is it possible to formula feed during the day and breastfeed through the night?

    Does the leaking and squirting stop to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    Then stop, you will still get that look on the end of a bottle
    I had to read that a few times gosh I'm sleep deprived. You are right.

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    Does anyone come out of breastfeeding without real saggers to? My boobs are going to be SO saggy after all this sucking

    See..gosh I'm selfish

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    I only bf my DD for 5 days, and DS I pumped for 14 weeks. So not long at all. Mine are saggy

    Pregnancy does it hun, not bfing. I know, it sucks but it is what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I only bf my DD for 5 days, and DS I pumped for 14 weeks. So not long at all. Mine are saggy

    Pregnancy does it hun, not bfing. I know, it sucks but it is what it is.
    Is that true? Pregnancy does it not breastfeeding? Oh good lord I'll have no hope then😯

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    Anyway I want to stop but just can't it's like this weird addiction. Wish I could do it part time. I wonder if I wait a few more weeks for the pain and soreness to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Is that true? Pregnancy does it not breastfeeding? Oh good lord I'll have no hope then������
    Well that's only anecdotal, but all my friends and family are bottle feeders and find after 2 kids their boobs are saggy. I also think it depends how big they are. I have big ones lol

    This is your first baby?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Anyway I want to stop but just can't it's like this weird addiction. Wish I could do it part time. I wonder if I wait a few more weeks for the pain and soreness to go.
    I think you can comp feed but you'll need to be careful with your supply. Since this is in the bfing section I'm not wanting to say too much, but if you don't want to bf, then stop Your child will be still be healthy and happy on the bottle.

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