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June 09, 2008

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nava

I know what you mean! Although the worst was when E was in the hospital and I had just brought in a nice full bottle for him so he would have it for the night feeding...and the nurse dropped it on the floor. aauuughghhh!!!!
I couldn't pump more, and I couldn't stay all night to feed him, so they 'just gave him formula'. so sad.

Sarah

I'm an exclusively pumping mama (long story, but baby won't breastfeed), but I'm managing to outproduce her at the moment. I'm also at my parents' house making bunches of extra milk stored in the freezer, which I'm not sure how I'm going to get home (11 hours away!).

Mock

My interest in any milk stories is zero percent and I don't think it's very appropriate on a Pinku blog. Maybe you could start another more mother-releated one and keep this for amusing anecdotes, photos and knitting. Breast milk = BORING!

Bring back Pinku!

Love Mok

pixiepurls

awwe

Aimee

I was in the exact same boat as you! I never pumped enough to have a stash. Max was such a big eater that the bottle I had in advance he'd eat right before his night feeding and then breast feed both breasts! So, I never had but maybe one bottle in advance and every once in a while like you I'd forget to put one in the fridge and have to toss it. Made me feel bad to do that... Soon, though you might catch up as he starts eating more solids. I was able to catch up around 10 months old but still...

jogeo

Hello from France...Sorry, I dont write (and speak) english very well, but I discovered your "blog" and I like a lot..

jogeo

Hello from France...Sorry, I dont write (and speak) english very well, but I discovered your "blog" and I like a lot..

jogeo

Hello from France...Sorry, I dont write (and speak) english very well, but I discovered your "blog" and I like a lot..

jogeo

Hello from France...Sorry, I dont write (and speak) english very well, but I discovered your "blog" and I like a lot..

Judy

I hate it when I waste my milk. Especially when I was pumping so much that I stored large bags, but defrosting so much at once, I end up wasting it. My husband doesn't get it. He thinks of it as a renewable resource.
baby awake -bye

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