Welcome to Breastfeeding Twins and Triplets UK!

So you have just found out you are expecting not just one baby, but two or three!

These are the many questions mums in this situation ask:

How will I feed these babies? Will I still be able to breastfeed? Will I make enough milk? What if they are born early? Will I be able to feed them at the same time? What happens if they both cry at the same time? Will I ever sleep again?!

Here at Breastfeeding Twins and Triplets UK we will answer all of these questions and more. We will try to put your mind at rest whilst being honest about journey on which you are about to embark. Breastfeeding more than one baby is challenging, but it is definitely possible and a lot of mums go on to have a really enjoyable experience.

Take a browse through our blogs and useful links and find all the information you will need. Plus access support in a number of different ways.

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Here’s a list of our blogs:

Breastfeeding information

Antenatal hand expressing video – Kathryn Stagg

Specialist Twin Breastfeeding Pillows – Kathryn Stagg

Tandem Feeding Twins – Kathryn Stagg

Tandem feeding positions video – Kathryn Stagg

Twin Feeding Pillow Tutorial – Kathryn Stagg

The Neonatal Unit and Breastfeeding Twins/Triplets – Kathryn Stagg

Establishing Milk Supply with a Pump – Kathryn Stagg

Transitioning a Premature Baby onto the Breast – Kathryn Stagg

Breastfeeding Babies Born at 36 or 37 weeks – Kathryn Stagg

Breastfeeding Triplets -Kathryn Stagg

Dropping Top Ups Gradually – Kathryn Stagg

Surviving Fussy Periods with Breastfeeding Twins – Kathryn Stagg

Stopping Breastfeeding Toddler Twins – Kathryn Stagg


Sleep Tips for Multiples – Lyndsey Hookway

Night Weaning Toddler Twins – Kathryn Stagg

The Case for the Floor Bed – Kathryn Stagg

Personal Experiences

Breastfeeding 4 under 4 – Lilli Docherty

6 Months of Breastfeeding Twins With Insufficient Glandular Tissue – Ruth Cumming

Exclusive Expressing for my Twins – Sam Osborne