Re: Thinner milk?
How old is your baby? It's normal for milk to change color from yellowish to white or bluish-white as the changeover from colostrum to a milk-colostrum blend to mature milk becomes complete.
When you eliminate a pumping or nursing session, it's normal to see a higher proportion of watery foremilk for a while, as your body adjusts to producing somewhat less milk than before. What happens if you leave the milk in the fridge for a while- do you see a layer of cream forming on the top of the bottle?
If you continue to see what you consider to be too much foremilk in the bottles, or your baby seems extra gassy and fussy, has green poops, or is not gaining weight as well, I would definitely consider going back to 6 sessions per day.
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