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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)
... i just don't know if there is a certain amount of food a baby is to eat each month? ... (7 replies)
... i agree with the other posters. Let the baby tell you how much she needs or wants. My daughter is a month old and she lets me know when she's hungry and when she wants more.. and i give it to her. ... (7 replies)

... sometimes he doesn't. Just follow what your baby needs. ... (7 replies)
... As long as the baby doesn't get really fussy after a large feeding or spits up it's ok. My daughter who is now 12.5 months old was taking 5 oz at every feeding at 2 months old. ... (7 replies)
... Let your baby guide how much you feed them. ... (7 replies)
... ou to let her keep eating. But, for now until you figure out what the problem is, do what the doctor recommends. If she's spitting up a lot, feeding her a lesser amount at more frequent intervals and burping her more might help her hold more down overall. ... (24 replies)
... I'm not sure exactly what you are saying. I mix the powdered formula with the appropriate amount of water to make my daughter's bottles. ... (7 replies)
... cereal at each meal, 3 times a day. I was curious about how much formula or breastmilk they are taking in addition and what other doctors have said about how much nutrition they should be getting out of the two after 6 months. ... (2 replies)
... We ued formula to supplement feeding when my boy was a month old or o. I suffered from a mild post partum depression and was suffering from insomnia. ... (3 replies)
... tle because she had acid reflux and it thickend it to help her keep it down. If there is no medical issue than I wouldn't recommend doing it. Cereal may fill the baby up a bit but at that age the child needs the nourishment from the formula. More formula the better. ... (19 replies)
... the internet is a great tool!! I have yet to hear a certified doctor or nurse tell anyone to give their baby cereal before 4 months of age. ... (5 replies)
... You're very wise in that decision. Sitting unassisted is just one way of being sure your baby is ready for solids. ... (2 replies)
... Same here, I know we could use a half cup w/ a certain amount of water (don't know off hand what that amount is) but I never did figure out how many scoops a half cup is equivalent to. (3 replies)
Sun Babies
May 26, 2007
... tles say not to use it on under 6 month olds because there hasn't been testing on that age group, not because it's necessarily dangerous or harmful. I tested the baby version of sunscreen on my 3 month old before we headed out to spring training games in central Florida back in March and all was well. ... (5 replies)
Heating Formula
Nov 10, 2007
... make all your formula in a pitcher or some other container and leave it in the fridge for the day. ... (9 replies)
Formula question
Apr 2, 2005
... Poor baby and poor mommy! ... (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. I don't even really time the closeness of Ethan's feedings, I just feed him when he is hungry, unless it is approaching 5 hours. The ped. ... (4 replies)
Formula Question
Oct 10, 2007
... made. During our testing we decided to go with the one that seemed to be easiest to dissolve in water and the one that had the least amount of bubbles. ... (14 replies)
... Try mixing a small amount of formula right in with your milk. ... (3 replies)

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