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Good to hear she's doing better! I agree with a pp that pumping doesn't necessarily dictate how much milk you're making. I never responded well to the pump, I only ever got a tiny bit, and yet ds nursed really well and got more than enough. I just don't think pumps are nearly as effective or efficient as a baby's mouth, although of course they're totally helpful for things like this. Keep going! Don't give in on the formula, you're doing great!!
mama to ds2/03 ds2/05 dd4/07 and expecting someone new in the spring!
Jennifer, LPN and nursing student, Doula, CPST, and VBAC mama x3 to
AJ (5/03), Evan (12/04), Ilana (11/06), Olivia (2/09), and Unity (8/2012)
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