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    Quote Originally Posted by squishie View Post
    I think it's less weird to give her ebm than milk that comes from a cow lol!
    I suppose it is hey...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumbleine View Post
    I actually just read a website before that put it well "breastmilk doesnt just magically turn to water on the day of your child's 1st birthday".

    Well im going to see how we go with some mixed in with her cows milk tonight and go from there Im glad I have some support here about it all, I dont think my family would get it. My husbands in full support which is great.

    Good luck, I hope she likes it . I really wouldn't worry about what anyone thinks, you obviously want the best for your DD and it would be a sin to waste all that extra milk. Win win

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    Sounds like a great idea!
    Better for her than cow's milk, and it won't be going to waste.

    If you have plenty to spare, it could also be worth looking into
    milk banks... don't know whether there are any convenient for you, but that way others' could benefit from any excess too

    Good luck!


 

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