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I assume you mean my comment.
i always bump and nurse. When nursing, DS stares right ahead, but he likes to make eye contact and smile at me when I give him bottles.
The only time I'm on the bump is when I'm nursing and DS1 is occupied. :) My kids generally close their eyes while nursing.
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knickerbockers:I bump and nurse. It's kinda hard though because when E is nursing, even though her eyes are closed her arms are still flailing all over the place. Hitting my face, my phone, grabbing and digging her little fingernails into my nipple. Ouch.
ericalee27:All the time! I also bump and pump!!! In fact, I'm doing it now
I got that bump and pump on lock over here :)
TTC #3 starting November 2013
Yesterday morning I was kind of dozing in and out between DH's alarms, and suddenly he goes, "Yes? What? Sweetie WHAT DO YOU WANT?" I said, "Um....nothing?" And then he realized that Rhys had been tapping him on the shoulder LOL.
DC2London:Both of my kids have always tended to nurse with their eyes closed. So I've never felt guilty about bumping while nursing. Although Rhys does do this ADORABLE thing where he'll pull off, look up at me, and then when I look down at him he gives me this HUGE smile and then goes back to nursing. I melt, every time.
DS does that, too! His very first smile was mid nursing session. In fact, it's a reason to avoid trying to make eye contact when we nurse (if it's not nap or bed time), because he'll just want to play instead.