I usually pump into a sterile bottle and store it in the fridge and then decant it into a sterile feeding bottle to use it, although I'm pretty sure you can get teats that fit most brands of storage bottles so i suppose you could just attach it directly and feed, but my storage bottled and feeding bottles aren't the same brand so it wouldn't work for me
Ideally, you shouldn't be pumping until six to eight weeks. Your hubby can do loads of other things to bond. He can bathe the baby, rock, cuddle, skin to skin, etc.
It's important that you establish your supply and breastfeeding relationship. My DH has a great bond with our little guy and he has only given him a bottle a handful of times when absolutely necessary.
Breast milk is sterile and has anti bacterial properties do there is no need to decant into another bottle for feeding, unless of course you like to use bottles to feed that are not compatible with your pump xx
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