Your very own breast milk. It was designed especially for your child! It contains enzymes that help your child breathe and function in the climate that you are in. Protection agains allergies and viruses in the air that you breathe are manufactured in your breast milk!
If you cannot keep your baby at your hip, then you can express the milk and freeze it. Never microwave, but move the milk out of the freezer and run it under warm water when you need it.
If you are lucky enough to be at home with your baby, then you can enjoy these benefits:
No waiting-instant gratification for your baby
No bottles to wash
WIC understands the benefits of mother's milk and will give YOU things to eat so that you can manufacture quality milk for your child.
by LOT2DO 8 years ago
Can a girl have breast milk (lactating) before giving birth to a child?
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