Re: Pulling and stretching
My DD did that off and on for a long time. I think it stopped around 8 weeks (everything seems to get better around then!). I was not able to walk and breastfeed -- we tried a few methods, but she was opposed to any sort of carrier at that point and was very picky about her breastfeeding positions. Unfortunately, sometimes we just had to take her off and we'd walk around with her and try again in a little bit, hoping she'd calmed down by then. She also had colic, but normally she did not tug at that point, but just cried and didn't want to eat. Just be careful of letting the tug and pull too much, because I was getting lots of damage and it made nursing painful. They do eventually stop doing it. But then there's biting to contend with!
Mom to my sweet little "Pooper," born 10/12/11, and "Baby Brother," born 6/23/2014, and married to heavy metal husband. Working more than full-time, making healthy vegetarian meals for family, and trying to keep up with exercise routine.