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  • HelenWendy HelenWendy's Avatar 10-10-04 | 05:47 AM
  • I have now got a stock pile of about 20+oz of milk in the freezer, I have been storing it since the end of sept. It is in several separate bags in about 2-4oz amounts.
    What I want to know is, can I mix those bags of milk up together eventhough they were pumped off on different days, if not weeks, I suppose they are all as fresh as each other coz they have been frozen fresh, if you get that.
    I will prob need to use them the end of Dec so I can leave T with my Mum for the evening/night, so I won't want all 20oz in one go I will want to make up a few 4-6oz bottles.
    Does my Question make sense!
    Love Helen
  • Sheeeva Sheeeva's Avatar 10-10-04 | 09:31 AM
  • I used to mix my bags of frozen milk, once they were defrosted, together (and they were expressed weeks apart) and Tristan was absolutely fine with drinking the milk and did not have any weird tummy reactions either.
  • MrsPook MrsPook's Avatar 10-10-04 | 10:26 AM
  • The book I have says no problem. Thats what I will be doing as well!
     

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