Ok.. first off let me give you some background. I am PG with my third due in May but trying to get everything ready and am soo lost! My first I never pumped.. never had one.. never thought about it. My second, I wanted to pump before I had him and had bought an Avent manual one. With all the trouble I had with him in the hospital, before I even got a chance to use it, I was using a hospital grade double pump. LOVED the fact that after my milk came in, I didn't have to pump forever just to get a tiny bit of milk! We came home and I tried to continue to pump.. I am not sure if I was just use to the electric one or what but what a joke! I got frustrated and went and bought what I believe was a Gerber one? I can't remember.. It was an electric one but was a single. This one worked a lil better than the manual but again, I got frustrated and stopped pumping all together.. So here I am.. with two boys and daddy that would LOVE to be able to feed this baby so I would like to try the whole pump thing again. (formula feeding has never been an option with the other two and I wouldn't even know how to now.. lol) I am looking for something that I don't have to spend as much time feeding him as I do pumping just to get a tiny bit of milk! I see that Avent has a twin electric one now (my youngest is 6!) which would go with my bottles.. however, has anyone used one? Do you have to pump for ever just to get a tiny bit? I have read about the Medela Pump in Style Advanced and just wondering if anyone could share their experience of using these two. I am so lost it isn't funny! Thanks so much, Libelle
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