With DD, I had to go back to work pretty much right away, so of course we had bottles ready before she was born. With this baby, I don't plan to work outside the home, and we don't have nearby relatives we'd leave the baby with. So I don't see any need for bottles.
DH, on the other hand, thinks we need to buy a whole new set (we got rid of our old ones years ago). He also mentioned getting a bigger freezer, so I guess he's imagining that I'll be pumping and freezing like I did last time. That's not how I picture this working.
Am I missing something, or does this just seem like a waste of time & energy & money? I mean, I'd love to donate extra milk, but I'd rather have my supply in check so that I don't have extra milk to donate. (That was not a realistic possibility with DD, as she never really took a bottle and made up for it by nursing more at night. So during the day I pumped to relieve pressure and ended up with a ton of extra milk.)