and really anyone else who knows what the hell they're doing!
I've been freezing milk since late April...and I totally did not date anything. Like back row bottom is the oldest, then the row in front of it is newer, and the row on the top is the newest. I think I'm just going to label them into categories 1, 2 and 3...
Then I got to thinking, *should I let her drink the NEWEST first?* I know this goes against logic of getting rid of the oldest first in order to make freezer time short. But...I'm thinking the nutrients in the newest milk match closest to her needs now. Then as foods begin going into her diet, it will be more ok for the oldest breastmilk to be used. Especially since I'm going to purée and ice cube the foods with breastmilk.
I exclusively pump and I am seriously trying to brainstorm when I can STOP %^!£% pumping!
I only have about 100 oz frozen, so I know I will need to pump a while. But should I be thawing milk to feed her now and freezing what I pump? If no, when I have to dip into my stash should I feed her newest first?
Sorry this got rambly.