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Thread: What if pumping is not feasible?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2007

    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?

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

    Still breastfeeding !

    and !

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2007

    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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