For those who use breastmilk to mix in their baby cereal, do you pump it fresh for when you make it? That's what I have been doing, but sometimes I don't have time or if Clara's had a really large feed shortly beforehand, I can't pump enough. I was thinking if I had enough pumped from the night before (I can usually express 4oz at night before I go to bed) I could just warm some up for her cereal for breakfast the next morning. Can I then refrigerate what I don't use and warm it up again for her supper? Or should I just warm up enough to be used right then? The only reason I ask is because of the separation of the fat to the top of the breastmilk when it's been sitting in the fridge, and I find warming it up is the only way to truly have it mix. Also, I'm trying to avoid having lots of bottles with only 1-2oz of milk in them sitting in my fridge.