Re: Question about milk storage
Try pumping right after your first morning feeding. Do it consistently for a week or so, and see what you end up with. If it's enough to set you up with a stash for a date night, then just keep at it. If not, add in a second session right after nursing, or perhaps right before you go to bed, and see where that gets you.
You want to be consistent and patient; you're looking to build your supply by a bit and that's going to take time.
If you end up pumping right before your baby nurses, don't worry about it. The breast is always making milk, and your baby will be able to get his needs met if he just keeps nursing, switching sides, and nursing some more. No need to be "full" in order to nurse. In fact, nursing or pumping a very empty-feeling breast is an excellent way to build supply; the more thoroughly the breast is emptied, the more your body gets the message to make more milk.
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