Nice to meet you too, Joline!
Hey, but where are all the other nursing-three mamas on mothering? I KNOW that there are others, I could have sworn we've talked about this before. I am lucky to live in a relatively progressive area for breastfeeding. Even in my very mainstream-leaning multiples club, there are at least 4 or 5 other people I've talked to about breastfeeding twins and a toddler!
I remember feeling very alone in trying to prepare myself. At the time I was pregnant with the boys, the Mothering Multiples book was extremely hard to find (at least for me), and all of the other LLL books had maybe a few pages on nursing twins and singletons at the same time (since most of the tandem stuff seemed to assume that they were not multiples). There just wasn't a whole lot of stuff out there directly specifically at that situation, and I was annoyed at having to cobble together stuff on my own. Talk about grumpy hormones! ;>
I am super lucky, though. I had such a great bf relationship with my daughter, I was correcting the LC at the hospital, and was able to just smile and nod at some of the stupid advice I was given. I think emomama has a good leg up, though, since she has experience breastfeeding twins, she knows when to roll her eyes at people.