Have an inclusive lactation practice? Co-nursing — also called co-breastfeeding or co-lactation — involves sharing lactation and/or the breastfeeding relationship between two (or more) queer parents. Usually one parent births their baby and the other induces lactation, but both parents may induce lactation if the baby arrives via adoption or surrogacy. When research and general knowledge about breastfeeding revolve around one person breastfeeding a baby, it can be difficult to know how to navigate a shared breastfeeding relationship. How to establish sufficient lactation between two parents? How to balance parental roles when they both breastfeed? Will baby develop a preference for breastfeeding with one parent over another? This presentation draws on the experiences of many co-nursing couples to serve as a guide for successful co-nursing for queer families.