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hello ! ! :)

as some of you might have known me from before..i hope all of yall doing great !! havent been in here in forever! this is my fatty girl at 2 months and days.! shes so fatty! i had a question for moms! what do yall do when bby wants to keep feeding after drinking more than 5 ounces of milk??! my bby just wants something always on her mouth! :S idk if this is a problem or not??!! some people that i know give there baby some pedialyte..  :S ??
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4444857 tn?1383325813
Sorry this is a late comment, but you should up the ounces if she is still wanting to eat! Feeding cereal and/or food at that age isn't good for babies because they cant really digest food, so it makes them either very gassy/fussy or constipated. Or she might just want to suck on a paci after she is done with her bottle. After feeding her the bottle immediately stick the paci in her mouth and if she cries she is still hungry.
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I give her cereal but its not enough :/ she wants more! I was thinking of giving her food :) &&wster won't fill her up :/
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i was told with my son to give him some water so that he would stop gaining so much weight! hope that helps some :-)
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5739386 tn?1378836460
If she's still hungry give her a lil more to eat. Or try a teething ring and freeze it and give it to her to keep her self busy for a while and she will just suck on that. Or try some baby snacks my friend baby gives her daughter baby food and baby snacks at 2 months and she's a lil fatty lol my daughter three.
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