The main concern for moms of multiples who want to breastfeed is whether they will have enough milk. Fortunately, mothers who breastfeed twins, triplets and even more babies can most often produce enough milk for their infants, but it takes some planning and a lot of support.
One important tip is to remember to look at each child as an individual. Sometimes one baby will be more efficient at getting more milk than another, perhaps due to the fact that one baby is a more mellow nurser or not as vigorous at getting milk. Allow this baby plenty of time at the breast and use breast compressions to push milk into the baby's mouth to remind them to suck and swallow when they are being "sleepy" at the breast.
With multiples it is important to carefully track the babies' intake by watching weights and diaper counts. You will more than likely need to write this down to keep track.
Multiples are often born early and may have challenges coordinating their sucking and swallowing. It is important to contact an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) to help you with these special circumstances.