we fed him frozen breastmilk like an icey once. he liked that. He's 11 months.
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I actually thought your idea was really good though, I'm going to try something like that I think
My DS would never, ever take a bottle. I worked part-time from when he was 4 months old, and the only way to get BM into him when I was gone was to blend it with crushed ice and spoonfeed.
You can use it any way you'd use cow's milk, I suppose. What about over oatmeal? Or to make a cream soup-- add some to chicken soup, for example?
Do you have any experience making yogurt? You can make BM yogurt.
And if you can get hold of a popsicle mold, BM popsicles are a nice treat for baby in the hot weather.
The most success we had in the 2-3 months before he resigned himself to a bottle was with very, very formula-ed-down baby cereal and feeding him Joes'Os with one O to one spoonful of formula. (He was too smart to drink a spoonful of formula plain...go figure.)
try potato soup...my recipes is: start with small cubed ham bits, add....Bearcreek cheesy potato soup mix, instructions say add water but I add breastmilk only and then the potatos and slow cook till potatos are soft and add more cheese...I also add breastmilk to my coffee, cereal, cakes, blend strawberries, bananas, blueberries and breastmilk and make popcicles..hot chocolat....its all good of course you know there are STEM CELLS IN BREASTMILK THAT heal and have anti aging qualities.. also continuing to lactate allows you to live a life free of tumors and cancer...good luck