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... how many bottles should a 7 month old baby have (1 replies)
... how many bottles should i be giving my daughter a day? ... (3 replies)
... My sister uses Avent. My grandma THOUGHT she was getting her small bottles and big bottles, but really she got big bottles and BIGGER bottles. Avent has 4oz, 9oz, and 11oz. WHY do they make 11oz baby bottles? ... (8 replies)

... I need to know how many bottles I should have for when the baby comes. I am not nursing so the baby will only be bottle fed. How many 4 oz. bottles and how many 9 oz. bottles should I have? ... (8 replies)
... a day. I was wondering how many bottles your baby is taking? ... (4 replies)
... Its hard to say how many is to many, but I would say around 10 bottles is plenty! ... (6 replies)
... my son is due in less than three weeks and i was wondering how many bottles i need to have? ... (6 replies)
... I don't know too much about BPA, but I recall hearing something about it depending on the type of container, how much is potentially in it. A completely clear plastic container is going to have higher amounts, than a cloudy plastic one. ... (2 replies)
... ason that makes sense, my choice would be obvious. Train the kid later when you can explain it to him. I cannot understand any mother who thinks it is OK for her baby to scream himself hoarse over a minor thing like this. After all, how many kids do you see at kindy with bottles, etc. ... (15 replies)
... ounces per day plus three meals of baby food plus an occasional snack. ... (4 replies)
... My daughter just turned 7 mths today and is taking 3 (8-9 oz ) bottles a day. She wakes around 7 and has a bottle . Mid morning she has baby oatmeal and a stage 2 fruit, followed by a bottle and a 2-3 hr nap. Around 5 she has rice cereal and a stage 2 meat or veggie with her sippy (2 ozs of apple juice mixed with 4 ozs of water). Then, around 7:30 she has a bottle and is... (3 replies)
... months she takes about six 6 oz bottles a day. we slowly moved from 4 up to 6oz over about a 2 month period. ... (2 replies)
... It depends on the baby's age and weight. It also depends on how much is in each bottle. ... (2 replies)
... g that might help grandma start following your routine is to bring the formula in a divided container and fill each section with six ounce servings, and have the bottles already filled with 6 ounces of water.... you know, to make it "easier" for her.... ... (8 replies)
... Delia - first of all, congrats on baby #2! How exciting! Your feeding schedule sounds about right. Babies eat when they're hungry and stop when they're full. As long as your MIL is feeding her until she's full with the bottle, I'm sure she's fine. They don't need as much formula when they're on solids and they get full with the solids and won't eat as much formula. It... (8 replies)
... Hey Delia- My Ella is on a similar schedule. She takes a 7oz bottle when I get her up in the morning (between 6 and 7) and then (at daycare) her next feeding is cereal and fruit and about 4-5oz bottle, then her next feeding is fruit and veggies and then a 6 oz bottle later, then she has more fruits and veggies for dinner and a 6oz bottle. She doesn't always drink all of... (8 replies)
... I am not sure exactly how she is spreading them out. I just know she is eating about 24 ounces of formula a day when she is with me all day long. ... (8 replies)
... I think your schedule sounds about right. It also depends on how far apart her feedings are. I am pretty much doing the same thing with Madeline. ... (8 replies)
... I don't know how many of you have been through this, but my son is now 12 weeks old and I have to go back to work next week. He has taken bottles before, but for the last three weeks I have been trying to get him take a bottle and he refuses. ... (8 replies)
... he can hold them easier, granted he is mammoth and his hands are more like bear paws. So for a sweet dainty little girl I can see how the fat bottles are difficult to hold. My baby niece is very petite and they are close in age and worlds apart in size. ... (17 replies)

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