I'm returning to work in approximately 9 weeks when bub will be 6 months old. Over the coming weeks I'll be gradually replacing her day feeds with formula, however I hope to breastfeed for her first morning feed and last 1-2 night feeds. I just have a couple of questions from those who might have done this.
1) say your baby normally sleeps through the night, what happens if they wake through the night for a feed, do you have any milk?
2) how did the introduction of formula impact your supply at night, e.g. Did you find you we're having to feed more often at night or 'top up' with formula or did you still have sufficient milk?
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Mixed feeding and returning to work
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