What a fantastic result from pumping alone!!!
I'm no where near making enough to feed a baby exclusively (let alone two!), but I am making about 5 oz (total) per day.
My LC actually recommended leaving the pump attached to the bottle of expressed milk and then pumping new, warm milk on top of refrigerated milk from the last session. She said it was safe to do thus 1 time before washing everything again... But I have a sneaking suspicion that it's okay to do it more times than once, especially if it's all going into the freezer where any germs will get frozen and destroyed.
I thought I was being smart by continuing to pump into the same bottles throughout the day so that I could bag and freeze it all together. However, my mother just reprimanded me, saying that I'm warming up the earlier milk and making it so that it won't last as long.
To solve the storage problem, you might want to try keeping 3 bottles going. Bottle #1 has fresh-pumped, warm milk in it. Bottle #2 has milk that has been sitting in the fridge for a while and is nice and cool. Bottle #3 is your storage bottle. Every time you pump, you put bottle #1 in the fridge, pour the cooled milk from #2 into #3, and then wash #2 and pump into that bottle the next time. #3 never gets warmed up because all the milk that is poured into it has already had a chance to cool.
I really doubt it. But if there's any question in your mind, label the stuff you're not sure about and shove it to the back of the freezer. Hopefully you'll never need it.
So now I'm afraid that all the milk I've stored the last 8 weeks is going to poison my children if/when they eat it.
Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
Coolest thing my little girl sang recently: "I love dat one-two pupples!"