Quoting Elizabeth 0315:" I am due in another 2 weeks or so and I was wondering if anyone can give me some tips on how to nurse ... [snip!] ... to keep milk supply up? lol ok that's just off the top of my head questions, feel free to add advice please and thank you !"
you should get these books. they will answer all your questions and more:
Adventures in Tandem Nursing
Mothering Your Nursing Toddler
but in the meantime:
You can nurse them both at the same time or have them take turns. I find it's usually easier to take turns, plus I hate the actual feeling of them both nursing at the same time (but not everyone is like that). Sometimes it's nice to be able to nurse them both at the exact same time though, so they are both happy. You have to get creative with your positions though! Usually the "double football" is a good one to start with.
Yes, there will be enough milk for both. However, in the beginning, it's important that the baby get the colostrum in those first 2-4 days, so during that time, make sure the baby gets priority.
You can keep taking prenatal pills or you can take a multivitamin or (what I do), take 2 Children's multivitamins (like Flintstones) .. or if you are taking the gummy version, you'd have to take 4, as a normal dose is usually 2. I also add DHA pill and a Vit D pill, but those are optional.
How much water/fluids you'll need varies by person. Just try to stay well hydrated and carry a water bottle around with you everywhere.
Milk is usually supply and demand, so if you continue to nurse both, you should still be making enough milk for both. I am currently nursing my almost 3 yr old and my almost 9m old and I still have people ask me if there is enough milk for both. I find it kind of a silly question at this point.