I've nursed other babes, my DD has been bursed by other mamas...
its totally natural and normal and the best thing to do in that situation
Google me, you know you want to
BUT, make sure your sister still tries to pump so her supply doesn't diminish. And she needs to co-sleep, sling-wear (skin to skin contact), nurse on demand, etc on the days that she has the baby with her.
Good luck! YOu're a great mom and a great sister!
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Good for you, thinking outside of the box and mainstream!!
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