Re: poop less seedy after taking stored breast milk
I just want to add my voice to the "stop worrying about hindmilk" chorus. Foremilk and hindmilk are convenient terms, but they miss all the nuance and they make moms worry for nothing! We don't make foremilk and hindmilk. Just milk. At the beginning of the feeding, the milk is relatively higher in carbohydrate and water and relatively lower in fat. As the breast empties, the milk becomes gradually higher in fat. But at no point is there an abrupt switchover from one type of milk to the other!
Both my kids' poops eventually changed in consistency, going from seedy/curdy in the newborn stage to much smoother, more yogurt-y looking, by a couple of months old.
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