Give what I pump?
I think I've got my OALD/OS under control. I started back to work today (and miraculously DD took bottles at daycare despite fighting them with us!). I only put 2 ounces in today because I didn't want them tossed when she refused the bottle (which didn't happen!). Daycare said it seemed like not quite enough and she wanted to eat more about an hour and 45 minutes later. Based on DD and my supply, I agree.
I was thinking I would give four bottles of 3 ounces tomorrow, for her to have 2-3 hours apart. However, I pumped 3 times today and ended up with 15 ounces, which is an extra 3 ounces. Should I throw that in the freezer or add to her bottles?
She only nurses on one side, so that makes it even more confusing to me since I'm pumping both sides.
I don't want her to get used to too much and then have my supply drop.
I'm also not sure if I should pump 4 times (to match 4 bottles), or wait and see how my supply is throughout the weeks. With my first baby, I struggled with low supply, so I don't want that again!
Mommy to Alex (born 2/27/11) and Katie (born 3/31/14)