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  Posted: Jun 27, 2012 6:00 PM FEED
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Trying to eat this and nurse at the same time. Risky.
  • Just made sure you tip baby on her side afterwards to empty the sesame seeds out of her ears :) 🍔

  • Very risky! Hamburgers are two-arm foods. I've attempted this and failed. I wish you luck.

  • Are you at 5 guys? And lol @littlehen

  • That looks like a Five Guys burger lol

  • Yep, 5 guys! One of the employees applauded me saying that it was tricky and they should take a pic and put it on the wall, feeding double. Cool, huh?

  • @theleakyboob that is awesome! At the one here they took one of my 2yo taking a huge monster bite of a burger like a boss. Lol

  • md_ts 5y ago

    OMG I LOVE 5 Guys!!!! Mos def my fave burger joint!!!!

  • I knew that there was actually a use for breastfeeding covers, lol! 😂

  • @aurian82 haha! Perfect!

  • It's a tricky one for sure. I man-grip burgers though, so maybe that helped lol

  • Mmmmm

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Posted: Oct 13, 2017 1:33 PM
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Posted: Oct 13, 2017 3:12 AM
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