Hey, my son is 8wks now, and weighs around 6kg (was born 4.5)
Hes sleeping for around 4hrs at a time then a quick change and feed and hell sleep again
Hes eating 150ml every 3hrs, but because of his constipation, im adding about 30ml of extra water every 3feeds to try and clear him out
If he is hungry between feeds im giving 20ml of water
Ive discussed this with the health visitor to make sure its ok and shes very happy with his progression
I hope this helps :)
My daughter is 9 weeks 13 1/2lbs. She was 8lb 11oz at birth. She started sleeping thru the night at 6 weeks. She eats 7oz every 4hrs during the day. At night she takes her last bottle at 10pm and sleeps until 7am
My son is 6 weeks old and sleeps somewhere around 5 hours at night. He nurses every 3 hours during the day and when given expressed breast milk he'll take 4oz. He was 7 lbs 13 oz at birth and 10 lbs at his one month check up.
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