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15 thoughts on “Sleepover time at Grandma’s – Safe Handling & Transporting of Breast Milk #momtrust”
I really needed this when I was Bfing. My family used to live 12 hours away and I traveled to neighbouring towns often, we were always on the road and traveling with milk stressed me out. I’ll be looking into this for the future. Thanks Kate!
Thanks for sharing all these wonderful tips for handling and transporting breas milk. I love the Playtex Smart On-The-Go Bottle Tote as it looks really practical! Wish it existed when I had babies.
I needed this with my little guy! I was always so worried when I traveled with breastmilk!
How didn’t I know you could freeze breast milk? Your simple health and care steps really make me feel more confident in the process!
I could have totally used this when I was breastfeeding. We had to buy a chest freezer so we had the space to store all of my breast milk.
I would have loved to have had this bag when I was breastfeeding my kids. It makes travel so much easier!
Great post! You are a breast feeding guru!! I wish I had been able to do that! I barely produced enough milk to feed my DD never mind produced extra! Nothing I did would produce more! I’m going to pass this info onto my pregnant sister!
I always froze my milk and stored it in that exact bag with my oldest! My youngest is 9 months now (!) and started refusing bottles a few months ago when we introduced food so its not even an option anymore.
This is great! My neighbour pumped and froze a lot of milk when she was breastfeeding. This would have been great for her! 🙂 Thanks for sharing all the tips.
Great tips! We have the Playtex Smart On-the-Go Bottle Tote and use it all the time. It’s a great product.
If only that tote was available with my two oldest ones. I’m so glad it is now with the newest addition here. We don’t travel far too much, only a couple of times a year, but when we do this will definitely be handy.
I just found out on Friday that I am expecting! Thanks for this post… I’m new to it all and this is definitely good information to know!!! 😀
Thanks for these great tips. I plan to breastfeed when my little one arrives and know I’ll be asking the grandparents to babysit.
Great tips and thank you so much for sharing.
Love that you can freeze especially in the beginning I had an over abundance