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    I would, totally! Wouldn't phase me at all. If I was unable to feed my daughter and she was refusing a bottle of ebm, I'd ask my best friend to feed her for me. I'm not sure how she would feel about it though lol!

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    Only if bub was reliant on *breastmilk* to survive and there was an unforseeable emergency which meant the mum Could not feed bub herself.

    An 18 month old who is presumably eating solids and drinking water (and perhaps cows milk) should be able to survive 8 hours without the boob - so no way in heck I would feed a friends 18 month old just because she was at the office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Sure and I'm happy for friends or family to feed my kids.

    I don't have an age limit nor any other exclusions other than the mum has asked.
    Can I just collectively agree with everything you ever post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deku View Post
    Can I just collectively agree with everything you ever post?
    We should be BH bff!!

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    Prob not under normal circumstances but if it was a matter of life & death for the child, absolutely.

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    Yes, I think so. If they asked me, I would feel too awkward to offer.

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    I personally would feel too awkward breastfeeding someone elses child, but would be more than happy to express milk for another child and vice versa

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    No I wouldn't. Perhaps if we were in a hostage situation and the baby was starving with no access to formula. But otherwise no.

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    I would only BF another child in an emergency, as in,desperate no other options, baby is starving emergency. Ebm I would be a lot more comfortable with.

    I would also be both devastated and furious if someone BF my child without permission. If it were an emergency,then ok, but my babies have always been happy to take ebm in a bottle, or at the very least,syringe fees their milk.

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    No, no way.


 
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