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... Our peditrician uses a rule of thumb on how much to feed a baby based upon its weight. I'd tell you that rule, but I don't believe in it. ... (7 replies)
... solids. By that time they're able to move the food, with their tongue, from front to back without pushing it out. Trying to force feed an infant with a strong tongue thrust reflux can result in choking, but mostly it's an indication that they're only able to drink, not eat. ... (2 replies)
Formula question
Mar 26, 2005
... up. The doctor told me to feed him less in between burps. ... (10 replies)

... she doesn't seem interested anymore. BF babies will eat less, more often, formula fed babies tend to eat more less often. It will all depend on your baby and their needs. ... (4 replies)
... Let your baby guide how much you feed them. ... (7 replies)
... I wouldn't switch to cow's milk until he's eating a sufficient amount of solids to sustain his growth and development. I'd use a stage 2 formula and work closely with his ped in regards to what to feed him and when to go to whole milk. ... (2 replies)
... I have finally got a really good feeding schedule for dd. We feed milk at 8am, noon, 4pm, and 8pm. ... (9 replies)
... I have learned that you feed them until they are full. ... (7 replies)
... months though he was pretty much eating anything and everything, though formula was still his primary meal of the day as they still need that as their primary source for fats and nutrition. ... (3 replies)
... on to start, just to get the child accepting of the spoon. If they don't want it, spit it back out or seem distressed, stop and try again in a month or so. The amount is irrelevent, just enough for some practice and to be fun. Until 1 year a child's main source of nutrition needs to be breastmilk or infant formula. ... (3 replies)
... Sorry for this long response, but I'm really interested in this topic. I love to cook and it's important to me that our DD learns to like new foods and keep an open mind to healthy eating. We never force her to eat anything. In fact, I often give her the food I've cooked and go about other business in the kitchen. This seems to make the whole event relaxed and casual,... (3 replies)
... uns out maybe try another ounce. My daughters pediatrician told me that a baby will drink what they want and need and not a sip more. I was told you can't over feed a baby. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you sooooo much. I am so nervous cause it has been a while. I dont wanna overfeed and make her barf, and I dont wanna not feed her enough....oh boy. Im sure eventually I will get the hang of it again. ... (4 replies)
... DO NOT put infant cereal inside the bottle. This is a choking hazard! Feed cereal from a spoon only. ... (7 replies)
2 Questions
Oct 28, 2005
... DO NOT put infant cereal inside the bottle. This is a choking hazard! Feed cereal from a spoon only. ... (8 replies)
... the general rule of thumb for formula amounts is 2. ... (2 replies)
... tle and only give to him by spoon, so he learns how to eat from spoon and has ability to tell you when he has had enough. It's easier to overfeed a baby when you feed cereal in bottle. ... (4 replies)
... that they had told me that I only needed to feed on one side per feed. ... (5 replies)
... My milk supply wasnt very good from the very start so I have always used formula after breastfeeding. ... (8 replies)
... food in between formula feeds so that he still gets the required formula. PLUS I make the cereal with formula, you could use breastmilk. I would just go with her. ... (4 replies)

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