Even you breastfeeding moms out there can benefit from the bottle.
This can help both mom and baby – moms gets a much needed break, and baby learns to take milk from more than one source! Pump your milk ahead of time to store it the freezer or refridgerator, and you or anyone else can heat and serve it to baby. Just remember to keep everything sanitized – including breast pump, storage bags, bottles and other accessories clean and sanitary.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends the following for storage times: Four hours at room temperature, two days in the fridge, three months in a normal freezer, and up to six months in a deep freezer. Run under hot water to thaw, avoid microwaving breast milk. And once thawed, use within 24 hours. Do not refreeze.
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