I know I had asked earlier how much breastmilk people freeze in a bag and all of you said either how much you pump at a time or how many ounces they eat.
However, I'm wondering why you wouldn't just freeze full bags and unthaw them? If the milk is good for 24 hours after being unthawed, it is clear that your little one would drink it in that time, right? I'm just thinking to save bags and time, that would be easier, right? I must be missing something though, because no one mentioned doing it this way. Please clue me in on why this isn't a good idea. Thanks!