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Thread: Cosleeping pumpers?

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Aug 2009

    Default Re: Cosleeping pumpers?

    We cosleep with our daughter and due to a long nursing strike I'm nearly an exclusive pumper.

    We love cosleeping . . . it helps our daughter sleep more soundly and longer. I have to get up at 2 am when I pump, but as long as Daddy's in the bed she won't move a muscle. She likes to snack through the night (usually at 11:30 pm, 2:30 am, and 5:30 am she'll latch on and eat for about 5 minutes before going back to dreamyland).

    I believe that cosleeping has been the only thing keeping my production up since dreamfeeding is the only time she'll nurse.

    Of course I love just cuddling with her also. I sometimes deprive myself of sleep because I just lay there watching her sleep.
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    First time mom to my precious baby girl, welcomed to this world August 3, 2009!
    Birth: 6 lbs. 6 oz. and 18.5"
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    1 year: 20 lbs. and 30"

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  2. #12
    Join Date
    Oct 2009

    Default Re: Cosleeping pumpers?

    We co-sleep. I don't EP but I pump 8-11x day because of a nursing strike since September and poor milk removal since birth. She now nurses enough at night I don't pump at night (just quit last week!) but even before, I'd just wake up DH and he'd put his arm around her when I'd get up to pump at night. I love the snuggling and closeness even when we don't bf. I don't think she'd bf nearly as much as she does if we didn't co-sleep and co-nap. I can get her latched on when she's basically asleep and she doesn't need the bottle at all at night. I'd say go for it.
    Nursed my sweet daughter 3 years, 3 mos.

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