Re: Nursing baby and would like to pump for toddler
Maybe. Most moms have the most milk at night and in the mornings, and see their supply drop throughout the day. So by noon, the average mom is going to have relatively less milk to pump.
I've read that is best to pump in the am but realistically noon would be much easier. Does it make a big difference?
But you should do what works for you! If you find you get good output from pumping at noon or thereabouts, then great! If not, then you might want to switch to an a.m. pumping session and see if you get better results.
Perhaps. It's hard to quantify how much immune protection there is per ounce of breastmilk. But any amount is good!
Will even just a little provide lots of immunity?
Since you can't quantify the amount of immune protection your child will receive per oz of breastmilk, you're probably going to have to figure the answer to this question out based on results. If you give her 1 oz per day and see no change, you may want to increase to 2 oz, and see if you notice a better outcome, and so forth.
Best of luck!!!
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