Look out husband!
Lol, methinks he's not exactly going to be volunteering but it's worth a google
If the problem was baby couldn't breastfeed but I could produce milk I think I'd have a go expressing and bottle feeding for as long as I could. But if I had no milk - formula.
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I don't trust what is in formula or any packaged manufactured food products GMO, unsuitable proteins, unknown long term health issues and so on. I don't know what I would do, I have sourced some bone broth protein formula recipes and being home made I would feel safer with that.
I couldn't BF so mixed fed with EBM and formula for the first 4 weeks then exclusively formula. Now have an almost 4 happy healthy DS so while I would have preferred to BF I have no issues with FF and will likely do the same again.
If baby couldnt feed but I had plenty of milk, I would express and bottle feed. If it was a supply issue, I would have no problem FF.
How would you go about managing to keep both your supplies up? Do you think that would be an issue? Sorry for questioning you I am just intrigued!
From people I know, expressing and motillium is used to keep supplies up. I'm hoping its not an issue as I'd really love it! I don't think I'll ever be able to be pregnant so would love to be able to breastfeed.
I don't mind questions :-)
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