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Whether it's your first time or you’ve done it all before, no one can predict what breastfeeding will be like.
ok, a bit of a weird thought crossed my mind today. DD1 was FF and is now 23 months old.DD2 is BF and is 8 weeks old. I am expressing milk and intend to built up a small stash for later use.Could I give DD1 some of DD2's milk as a drink? Would it pass on the same benefits to her health that she would have had if I had I BF'ed her?
Don't know if it would give benefits, but certainly wouldn't do any harm
why not, no harm in that. If i had another and managed to bf than i would give my dd some breastmilk
Does anyone know if there are any stats/research to show the benefits of doing this?
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