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... s completely on formula. Because he was getting breast milk and formula every now and then we had no trouble switching him over completely. ... (3 replies)
... or 3 times a day, but he gets fussy and frustrated, I think because he's not getting as much as he gets when he bottle feeds. ... (3 replies)
... month old DD! She can go 10 hours without sleeping! The Health Visitor suggested controlled crying and I tried it once last night but it was a disaster and nearly broke my heart. ... (5 replies)

... Well, it's less than 24 hours away. Tomorrow morning they're going to be doing hernia repair on my little man. Please wish us luck as the closer we get the more I'm freaking out. ... (11 replies)
... and sleep through the night. My sitter has started feeding her every 3 hours. So by the time I pick her up after work, she has already had 32 oz of formula. I feed her a veggie at night before bed, but no bottle. ... (7 replies)
... nt to the Dr. today and he does not think that she has acid reflux. He thinks that she may have a bit of a mile allergy and by me mixing my breast milk with the formula it was causing her to get sick. He told me to stop giving her my breast milk and just give her the lacto free formula and see how that works. ... (24 replies)
... I had to supplement my milk with formula and rice cereal. ... (6 replies)
... and every 3 hours at night. ... (5 replies)
... To make a long story short, my 4 month old has been sleeping through the night for just over 2 weeks now and we are all much more rested and happy about it. ... (1 replies)
... my daughters just about a month old and shes eats 4 oz. every 3 hours during the day. The doctor said this is fine considering she was born at 9lbs. 1oz. She said since she was larger she'll need more food to fill up her belly. ... (3 replies)
... My DS is 5 weeks old and eats more and more every week. ... (5 replies)
... ounces a day. And she's been sleeping through the night since 3 months old. ... (10 replies)
... a day. When he first switched entirely to formula he went about 3 days without a BM. Then he got into pattern of going about 2 times a day. ... (12 replies)
... eats like a 2 week old still!!! ... (6 replies)
... usband and I started giving our guy a bottle of pumped breast milk when he was one week old. My husband gives it to him int he early mornings so that I can have 3 hours of uniterrupted sleep, which I believe is keeping me at least close to being sane. ... (5 replies)
... weeks of age. I didn't introduce him to cereal until he was around 3 months, might have been 4 months. ... (19 replies)
... It is the formula and it doesnt matter what kind. Breastmilk is thinner and easily absorb by the baby's stomach while formula is thicker and leaves a residue. My son is also on Enfamil with iron and he had 2 episodes of constipation when he was 1 month old. ... (3 replies)
... I feel bad that I feel like this but gosh, he's very demanding! I have a 3 year old son that I need to tend to too and believe me I have put his on the back burner and I feel bad about that. ... (9 replies)
... At her WBV she was 31.5 inches long, 25 pounds and her head was 14.5 around. The Dr said she was a "rock star". I have been advised by many DR's or friends or even the day care lady to drop the bottle and get her used to the sippy cup for all milk or juice. Limit juice to only about 4 ounces a day. Reason, it's harder to break after 15 months anyway and they will take to the... (5 replies)
... as millions of mothers have since the beggining of time. A baby should not have rice cereal put in their bottle unless they have bad acid reflux and can't hold formula down. ... (19 replies)

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