Re: Not enough time to pump enough - 10 mo old
So your baby is 10 months, right? If so, I see no reason to worry about supplementing with 2-3 oz of frozen milk during the day. You're just aiming to get maximum breastmilk into your toddler until a year, at which point solids can really start to make up for any slack in your baby's diet.
The reason I wouldn't worry about the supplement is that it's a relatively small amount, and even if there's a shortfall in the amount you make on the average weekday, during the weekend an older baby can generally get more simply by nursing a little more often.
I would talk to your pediatrician about what to offer in place of cow's milk, once your child is a year old. That way you'll have alternatives if your frozen stash starts to dwindle.
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