I have ALOT of milk!! Every 4 hours I pump at least 10 ounces (5 ounces or more per breast) The first 2 ounces is that watery foremilk. Then it gets to that thicker hindmilk. My boys are eating about 2 ounces, maybe 2 1/2 sometimes. So when I breastfeed I know they are done right when the thicker hindmilk just starts coming in. I feel like they should be getting hindmilk. Especially since they are preemies and we're trying to get their weight up. When I pump, I make sure to mix the 2 up in the bottles so it's not an issue, but when they are at the breast I can't do that. So what I've been doing it pumping 1 1/2 to 2 ounces first, feed the baby, then pump out the rest to make my bottles and my freezer reserve. This is very time consuming and energy consuming as well. But I'll continue to do it if it's best for them. My questions: Is it necessary to get hindmilk, or is it OK for them to get all foremilk in a feeding? The doc doesn't seem to think it makes a difference which part they are getting, but I just feel they should be getting hindmilk in every feeding. What do you all think and what have you done if in this situation? I can't wait till they take 3-4 ounces so this will no longer be an issue!!!