does this seem ok for my 27week old son
8am-porriage and 7oz bottle well whats left after used come for breaky...
11.30 7oz bottle...
1.30 mixed veg and yougart...
4.30 what we've having for dinner blended up as still no teeth and 7oz bottle...
7.30 7oz bottle and bed..
then sleeping thru night with no bottles..
just wonderes how everyone elses Lo's are feeding :) x
My daughter drinks 6ounces every three hours and in the morning if she feels like eating baby food, or cereal she will eat. And around lunch I give her anything soft and mushy food the I cook. I know she prefers flavor over regular jarred baby food. And dinner she eats left overs, again if she feels like it. Then a bottle before sleeping at ten through 9 am. I love that she sleeps through the night because my son never did until he was one and a half.
Ahhhh im glad she is for u.. my son down to 3 6ounce bottles now and one 4oz bottle with 1oz being mixed with an banna at 11 now instead of 11am 7oz bottle.. he prefera food over milk but not sure how much milk he shoulf have x
My 8 mos. old daughter is on a similar schedule of mixed nutrition. 6am and 8am is breastfeeding, 11am and 2pm is 4oz formula + 2oz puréed fruit, 7pm is breastfeeding + leftovers, and bedtime might be a nightcap of formula or breast milk. At her age i try to strive for three meals that have puréed foods, at the recommendation of one baby care source. She's really filling out and has the cutest belly.
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