Re: tandem nursing and working mothers
There's not much information out there about it, because not many people get to do it!
If you haven't already, read through the book _Adventures in Tandem Nursing_ by Hilary Flower. http://www.lalecheleague.org/Web_sto...=7653039_23333
You can pump milk for your babies while you're apart. Make sure your infant gets enough, and the toddler can get anything else. I'm assuming your older child is eating other foods during the day, so your expressed milk is optional. Some toddlers refuse to take pumped milk from a cup, but will happily continue nursing when with mom.
You should also look through the book _Nursing Mother, Working Mother_ for tips on combining working with breastfeeding. http://www.lalecheleague.org/Web_sto...=7653039_23333
The book _Mothering Your Nursing Toddler_ by Norma Jane Bumgarner also touches on this. http://www.lalecheleague.org/Web_sto...=7653039_23333
I'm thinking that when you return to your children after working all day, they are both going to want to spend time nursing with you, so don't plan on doing much around the house during that time. Your children will want to reconnect with you.
I'll look around and see if I can find more information on this for you.
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