Breastfeeding - storing breastmilk  

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created by patsnip 2009-07-21 11:23:21 pm

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Freeze some milk in larger containers for a full feed replacement, but be sure to freeze some in smaller sizes for times when only a top up is needed - so you don't thaw a larger one only to find that baby rejects the milk and it all goes to waste.

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submitted by patsnip 2009-07-22 01:29:09 am    

 



Freeze milk in 'cube' containers, which allow for the frozen cubes to be levered out into a freezer bag for space-smarter storage. Some brands are better than others for this eg. Sensible Lines Milk Trays allow for this, Bebe Cubes do not.

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submitted by patsnip 2009-07-22 01:26:10 am    

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