what should i do?

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Registered: 10-28-2009
what should i do?
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Wed, 06-29-2011 - 11:54am

tomorrow is my birthday ! i love to celebrate birthdays and so my DH has taken off work thursday and friday. May sound dumb but my favorite place to go is an amusement park called kennywood thats what were doing and baby is staying with my mom during the day. I called the park to see if they have a place to pump they do i can either pump in kiddie land infant care room or in the first aid office. Heres the thing the first aid office wont allow me to use their fridge to store the milk. Its supposed to be 90 degrees and sunny here tomorrow. Im nervous about just using

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Registered: 10-14-2010
Wed, 06-29-2011 - 12:05pm
Remember that milk can be kept at room temperature for 8 to 10 hours. If you have a cooler with icepacks, even in 90 degree temperatures, that should keep it at "room temperature" in the cooler. Just make sure there is very little airspace in the cooler and you are good to go! The munchkin bottle cooler has saved us many times--has icepacks built in, and you just freeze the whole thing. You coudl see if your local baby store has something like that. Enjoy you birthday!

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Registered: 03-01-2011
Thu, 06-30-2011 - 12:27pm

I live in Houston so its always 100 degrees and I never have any problem with my milk going bad. I always take a cooler for juice and water anyways and I put my milk in there. When the ice melts I just ask for some cups of ice, and leave the cold water in there as well. Good luck and have a blast

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