Yeah, my nurser has no interest in twiddling! In fact, he's actually generally very glad to nurse for a set period of time and then stop; if I start to count to 5 when I'm feeling done, he usually stops himself before I get to 3, and he often just spontaneously says he is done and covers me back up.
My prob is that I can't just wear a tight bra because the one still needs access.
I'm not sure, though, I think my twiddler is having other things going on anyway. They are definitely both getting their second molars, but he has been waking up multiple times a night and just crying, whining, fussing, etc., but won't let me comfort him at all. He doesn't want me to leave him, but he won't let me hold him, and he kicks me in bed and struggles against me while at the same time keeping me close, all the while whining and crying and calling for me as if I'm not there. I know my older boy did that a few times around this age, inexplicably, but with Toby (my non-nursing twin), it has become a HUGE problem that is costing both of us hours of sleep a night
I plan to give him a dose of ibuprofen before bed tomorrow night to see if that helps (tonight they fell asleep in the car on the way home from the beach).
Really, if I wasn't starting to see more and more benefits of having twins in terms of their relationship with each other, I would just go bonkers right now trying to keep up with both of them (and their emotional older brother)!