Quoting * Mommy Of 2 Princesses *:" Soooo maybe I'm just hormonal and this was bound to happen at least once BUT this 'NURSING SERVICE' BizNITCH ... [snip!] ... I can. Maybe I'm a baby and just whining but i kid you not she talked to me like i was a complete idiot !! blahhhhhhhhhhh "
I went through a similar situation when my son was in the NICU. Talk to the lactation consultant--they are the ones that control the freezers (at least at the hospital i was at) and ask if there is a limit on what you can bring in. I had a nurse tell me that and i didn't think anything of it so i started packing some of it up and taking it home with me and the LC asked why and i told her. She was pissed and said that it was ridiculous and that i could store as much as i wanted.
They also did a similar thing to me when i wanted to visit him, told me they were setting up a procedure that i didn't know about ahead of time and then made me wait for a almost an hour to talk to an attending physician to see what was going on. It was very frustrating.
Toward the end I just didn't want them tounching my baby anymore because the nursing staff were acting like they were his parents or had more of an interest in his wellbeing than i did and it felt very intrusive. I actually told off one the attendings there when a nurse made a feeding error with my son that resulted in his saturation levels going down to the 60s and this was the day he was supposed to come home and because she made an error they felt they had to keep him an extra two days. I was PISSED and gave the attending an earfull about it. I would report her behavior if i were you, they are supposed to have ongoing sensitivity training, sounds like she didn't pay attention at her last go around.