Re: Can I really do this?
The yellowish blobs are milk, mama. Human milk doesn't always look milky, especially when the breast is almost dried up. At the end of lactation, the milk becomes salty, low in water, and very high in protein and immunological factors. In a way, it's more like colostrum than like the milk produced by a breast that's producing lot of milk. I think this sort of milk is designed to give an older baby/toddler a last concentrated shot of immune support as the baby transitions to eating a diet composed exclusively of solids.
If you want, you could mix those yellow blobs into whatever you are feeding the baby. They really are healthy for her!
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