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Old 04-28-2011, 12:09 PM
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Default BF Moms-Quick Question

My new little teeny is here today. He is being a perfect angel...eating, sleeping, smiling and is so cute! Anyway, I should know this because it's only been a year since I stopped BF my own kids but how quickly you forget such things. Anyway, he is sleeping but is due to eat right now. I want to warm a bottle so it's ready when he wakes up so he doesn't scream and disrupt naptime, but I don't know when he's going to wake up. How long can a bottle sit out of the fridge? Is it an hour? The milk came fresh (not frozen) and has never been frozen. TIA!
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