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5 Things You Should Know About Breastfeeding Twins

Things You Should Know About Breastfeeding TwinsI’m going to be honest here: when I found out I was having twins, I wasn’t excited. I was terrified. I had two older boys, and I had no idea how I was going to handle two babies at one time.

Though I was worried about how I would take care for my litter of children, it was never a question in my mind that I would breastfeeding my twins.

Thankfully, I had some good breastfeeding practice with my older boys (singletons) prior to having my twins. Not every mom of multiple is going to have this opportunity. If you want to talk about a learning curve, just take first-time mom Jennifer who has been breastfeeding her triplets! Wow, that is pretty amazing to me.

I had the opportunity to guest post at Growing Slower and share some of what I’ve learned about breastfeeding multiples. If you are expecting multiples, I encourage you to hop over there and check out 5 things I think every expecting mom of multiples should know about breastfeeding.


Trisha Gilkerson is a happily married homeschooling mom to 4 rambunctious, lovable boys. She and her husband blog at IntoxicatedOnLife.com where all of their interests on healthy living, faith, family, and homeschooling collide. Trisha founded BreastfeedingPlace.com and hopes that everyone who visits finds fantastic information and leaves feeling encouraged. You can check out Trisha's personal blog and follow her on facebooktwitterpinterest, and google +.

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