Hello. A week ago I took my twins home from NICU. They were bottle feeding my expressed breast milk. I am still pumping and filling bottles and washing bottles!! I feed them at the same time, which is easier; but I heard of mothers who can breastfeed twins at the same time! I tried this a couple of times and it only made me more frustrated. They don't latch correctly and it seems impossible that I would be able to get both of them on at the same time. Their bodies are so tiny and fragile and the boppy pillow doesn't hold them right. I have heard of the EZ 2 nurse twin pillow, that sounds good and wish I could just go buy one, but I am broke right now. Does anyone have any suggestions? I really would like to try this, but I don't know how I should go about it. Should I get one established on nursing first and then introduce the other at separate times and then when they are both nursing, then try to put both on breast?? That sounds exhausting!! I don't think my boobs would be able to handle all that sucking and I imagine I would be nursing almost constantly!! Is this the only way or is there another?? Please help, thanks, Dee
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