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CatieBurelle CatieBurelle 3 years

Thanks for the article. I tried to breastfeed by first baby and we just couldn't make it work so I felt like I failed my child which lead to one of the reasons I got post-partum depression really bad. I just had a set of twin girls 5 weeks ago and I decided that I wouldn't even attempt to breastfeed the two of them but I have been pumping as much as a I can. But the feeling of worthlessness has been upon me again when I can't pump enough for two. This article has made me feel better. Thank you so much!

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