Re: Formula for day & mommy for night???
Any breastmilk is better than none - you'll still be giving your baby valuable nutrients and antibodies, and bonding.
There are some mothers who make working work by only nursing at night. Breastfeeding is a supply and demand process - if there's demand, your body will make milk, but if there's no demand, the milk supply will diminish. So, if you're nursing at night, you'll have milk at night. If you're nursing first thing in the morning, there will be milk first thing in the morning. If you're not pumping at work, there will be only a little bit of milk available during those hours.
Have you considered pumping one side while baby nurses on the other? You'll get some milk for the next day, and baby will still get some now. if you'll do this for several days in a row, your supply will increase at this time, and you'll be able to pump at this time every day.
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