Who else has pumped and fed their breastmilk as an alternative to nursing? I did with my first daughter because she was really small and had eating issues and I wanted to know how much she was getting. I was able to keep it up for 7 months before I had to start supplementing.
This time I thought I would be able to nurse a lot better, but not really. This baby is a little lazy and wont latch on to the other breast after she is finished with the first, but she's also a little piggy and wants more...she's not real keen on waiting either...so I've been pumping and feeding again.
It is time consuming, but I think it is best that she gets the milk. I was wondering if there was anyone else out there that has done this and what your reasons were?
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