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Happy Wifey to DH and loving Momma to DS1 4yrs and DS2 6 months.
SAHM to Ivan 6/10/05 who says and Matilda 1/31/08 who says :::
We have a Tempurpedic, so rolling over in bed is often an adventure in and of itself. Since I have a whole collection of milk-soaking pads/towels/etc. under us, plus spare prefolds, a nightlight, her EC bucket now that we're doing that, etc... it's much easier for me to stay on one side all night!
Thus, yes, I've perfected the art of nursing both sides without rolling over. I generally put my arm under her head and lean into her a little bit if I'm going to have her nurse the "top" boob. If she's nursing the bottom boob, I sometimes leave my arm under her head, sometimes lay her flat, sometimes have my arm cradled around her while I'm flat on my back (boob kinda flops off the side... thank goodness they're big enough for that one ) - whatever works.
But yes, it definitely is possible to nurse both sides, if your boobs are big enough!
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