One option for storing breastmilk is to use breast milk storage bags.
Another option for storing breastmilk is to use a pump and store the milk in bottles.
Breastmilk can be stored at room temperature for up to six hours, in the fridge for up to four days, and in the freezer for up to six months.
When thawing frozen breastmilk, always use hot water or the defrost setting on the microwave; never use boiling water.
You can store breast milk in sterile, sealable containers made specifically for breast milk storage.
To store breast milk in a bag, simply pour the milk into the bag and seal it closed. Then, label the bag with the date and time that it was pumped.