What To Do With Frozen Breast Milk?
10 Things to Do with Frozen Breast Milk 1 Feed your baby when you’re out and about. 2 Breast milk doesn’t have to be consumed as a liquid. 3 Make some breast milk popsicles. 4 Defrost some breast milk to use with baby cereal. 5 Donate extra breast milk. 6 … (more items)
Can I Give My Baby Leftover Breast Milk?
For instance, some mothers swear by the healing properties of breastmilk to treat ear infections, eye infections, skin irritations, and even warts. Even if you have weaned your child and he or she is no longer drinking breast milk, there are still ways that you can get creative with feeding your child leftover breast milk.
What To Do If You Have Extra Breast Milk?
When you know you have extra breast milk, and you won’t get engorged from pushing out a nursing session, or you simply need milk to bribe your infant while you’re out, take a bottle and some previously frozen breast milk with you and feed your baby. Then once you get home, you can pump and freeze some fresh milk to use several months down the road.
How To Take Care Of Your Baby’s Nipples While Breastfeeding?
You can just pat some breast milk on your baby’s bottom and then let it dry before you put their diaper back on. Sore nipples are quite common in the early days of breastfeeding. Breast milk provides soothing relief and helps nipples heal faster. You can express some breast milk directly onto the nipple and let it dry to reap the benefits.