I had my daughter April 7 :)
She eats about 4 oz every 3-4 hours if we're just at home. If we're out and about, she'll sometimes go 5 hours without needing to eat. Also my daughter goes to bed at around 9 pm and sleeps until 5 or 6 am.
Her first feeding when she wakes up, she'll eat almost 5 oz.
her pediatrician said she's eating the appropriate amount for her age. Also, the pediatrician said I can introduce cereal, fruits and veggies when she's 4 months old. So personally, I'd wait 1 more month to introduce cereal.
Yea same for my son. He had 3oz at like 8-8:30 and has been sleeping in his crib since (1:10) now. When he goes more then 5 or 6hrs without eating he'll eat a good 4 to 5oz. I don't want him eating cereal he's still to little for it
It's best to wait longer to introduce foods until their body is more developed and ready to handle foods, around 6 months to a year. Grains are also one of the hardest things to digest, so i would start with fruits, warms soups, and steamed blended veggies. Also if no history of dairy intolerance you can do yogurt and hard boiled eggs.
I believe with my 1st daughter she didn't eat cereal til 6months or so
We started my son on solids starting with cereal at 5mths under a drs guidance because he had colic. It was a big deal in my mothers group because the guidelines here are 6mths.