If you have more than one baby, it is still possible to breastfeed but it will take a little more effort and determination, as well as additional support. It is possible to feed both babies at once if you wish, but success depends in part on correct positioning. The classic position for feeding twins is with their bodies supported on pillows which rest underneath your arms. Keep each baby on the same breast throughout the feed and swap over for the next feed. The Multiple Birth Association in each state can give you further advice about breastfeeding more than one baby.
Both the timing and length of feeds will usually be determined by your baby. Allowing your baby to regulate his own feeds often works best for everyone, as he will soon settle into a regular pattern. Try to be flexible and let your baby determine how long and how often he wishes to feed. Some women prefer to feed every 3-4 hours, but there is considerable variability in this. It is really up to you to choose what works best for you and your baby. Always trust your own instincts.