I am pregnant with my third child. I breastfed each of the others for around three years each (even tandem nursed in there). However, I was home full time with them and never had to pump, etc. I will be returning to work very quickly after giving birth (less than two weeks) for two days a week. I really do not want to jeopardize my breastfeeding relationship with my baby. I was just reading The Baby Book and was reading about cups, supplementers, and syringes. I guess the supplementer wouldn't be for us, but would it be better for my husband to use a cup or syringe? What ages are those usually used? I will be able to stay home for three months after the baby is two months, so he will essentially have to feed her for two months, two full days a week. She'll then be six months when I go back again. Thanks for any advice.
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10/25/13 at 7:47pm