With both of my other children combined, I think over my cumulative four years of breastfeeding, I pumped a total of five bottles, lol. This exclusively pumping business is very new to me (as was pretty much everything else about this pregnancy and birth, but that's another post).
Anyway, my little guy was born three days ago at 25w5d gestation. He is not eating yet so right now, my 10 oz or so a day that I produce is way more than the NICU needs, so they're freezing it for me until he's big enough to start having some tube feeds. For now, they put a little bit on a swab and wipe out his mouth with it (they call it "oral care").
Anyway here's what I'm making now. It's either still colostrum, but a whole bunch of it, or "buttermilk" (since it's butter-colored, lol). I'm supposed to go home today so I'll square away the pump and stuff on my way home. I am on WIC and I called them yesterday and they said I didn't need an appointment for a breast pump, so I'm going to stop on my way home and pic it up. The hospital filled out a paper for me to give to them.