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Thread: What if pumping is not feasible?

  1. #1
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    Default What if pumping is not feasible?

    Ok, so I'm going home for Christmas and really want to go out for a few hours once or twice and leave dd with my mom. I'm just wondering, if dd gets a bottle of say an ounce or two (to tide her over until I get home), and I'm somewhere where pumping is not an option (like the movies, for example), do I pump a little when I get home or do I just skip the pumping? Up to this point, I've had more than enough milk. I'm just wondering what do others do in this situation?

    Thanks!!
    Jen
    Jen, momma to Charlotte Rae born 9/25/07

    Still breastfeeding !

    and !


  2. #2
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    Default Re: What if pumping is not feasible?

    I would nurse when I got back but if DD would not nurse then I would pump. Sometimes I nurse then pump after nursing to try to make up those ounces she got when I was not there. Have fun!
    Mom to Lainey (11-8-06)

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