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    Omg I am brexting now! And multitasking with watching a bugs life. And bubhubbing.

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    Guilty as charged lol. I also talk to real life people, watch tv and when my firstborn was newborn (16 years ago) I also read books while feeding.
    Once your baby reaches a certain age brexting gets harder as the baby wants the phone. Also if you have a bitter you really need to watch them otherwise ouch.
    I am feeding an older baby at the moment so once she starts to fall asleep I can start to get online.

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    Just had a thought. Do bottle feeding mothers do this to?
    Whats it called for them botexting or bottlexting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skye Baby View Post
    Just had a thought. Do bottle feeding mothers do this to?
    Whats it called for them botexting or bottlexting?
    no because it takes 2 hands to bottle feed...so maybe bottle feeding kind are actually bonding more with their babies than BF mums!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    no because it takes 2 hands to bottle feed...so maybe bottle feeding kind are actually bonding more with their babies than BF mums!?
    I was thinking about this (far too much but I am onto a 3rd viewing of a bugs life) but can the hand of the arm cradling the baby be used for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I was thinking about this (far too much but I am onto a 3rd viewing of a bugs life) but can the hand of the arm cradling the baby be used for it?
    It most certainly can. It can also hold a remote! I have been known to hold the bottle with my chin and eat at the same time. Pretty sure my baby still bonds with me the other 20 hours a day she never leaves my side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I was thinking about this (far too much but I am onto a 3rd viewing of a bugs life) but can the hand of the arm cradling the baby be used for it?
    I don't think your arm would be long enough? maybe if you're very long armed and bub is tiny? I still don't think the logistics would work. certainly I've never been able to do it (not that I've tried lol)

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    Haha how crazy to pick on something so trivial. Such a guilty pleasure of mine no wait.. I don't feel guilty at ALL I need time out too ya know! I used to do this while tandem feeding number 1 and 2 at same time. So nice to sit down know where they both were and relax for a minute or two!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I don't think your arm would be long enough? maybe if you're very long armed and bub is tiny? I still don't think the logistics would work. certainly I've never been able to do it (not that I've tried lol)
    Oh come on turq! While I write this I'm using my right hand while DD feeds from the right. Leaves my left hand free for wine 😏

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    Oh come on turq! While I write this I'm using my right hand while DD feeds from the right. Leaves my left hand free for wine
    boob or bottle!?

    I can BF and bubhub but can't bottle feed and hub simultaneously!!


 

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