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... how long can a baby bottle of formula sit out (4 replies)
... the baby has eaten from it. Bacteria can grow on the nipple from the babies saliva and formula. Even if the baby has not eaten from it, I still wouldn't let it sit out much longer than an hour. ... (4 replies)
... gets to room temp from the fridge in 4 minutes. I also spoke to the formula company and the formula can sit out for three hours as long as the baby hasn't touched it. ... (11 replies)

... Boy is 9 mos and hasn't had a problem. But I much prefer to keep a cap on it to better close off air reacting with the formula in the bottle. ... (4 replies)
... I agree with Megss.. I always threw his formula out if it sat for more than an hour... if you feel like you are wasting formula, start making smaller amounts. Its just as easy to make more if need be... ... (4 replies)
... an untouched bottle is good for 2 hrs and if its refrigerated its good for 24 hrs, but one the baby starts eating it its only good for an hour (4 replies)
... I also would not worry about a formula for how much breast milk to leave behind when you return to work. It really has little to do with what your baby will end up preferring. ... (2 replies)
... i am in almost the same situation as you! my dd is 3 months and refuses the bottle too. ... (7 replies)
... Later another bottle before bed. My daughter is 8 months but the routine has been the same for at least 3 months..just was in smaller portions.. ... (7 replies)
2 Questions
Oct 28, 2005
... fruit. It's true, rountine is very important, if we go out at night our baby's rountine of sleep gets messed up.. ... (8 replies)
... I totally understand not wanting the baby to cry while you're getting the bottle ready...but in the 5 minutes it takes to thaw takes just about as much time to make your formula. Your baby is crying either way. ... (26 replies)
... i added just a bit of water. I would make it so I could make it into balls and give it to her. She would shove those things into her mouth like they were going out of style., I also gave her macarroni. And crackers, and yogurt. ... (5 replies)
Is this normal?
Sep 25, 2007
... we started giving him formula at night because if we didn't he would wake up every five to ten minutes the entire night, which we did up until about five days ago. ... (8 replies)
... I started out breastfeeding and it wasn't easy! I have to go back to work earlier than planned so I introduced the bottle to my son. ... (3 replies)
... ong, 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. ... (5 replies)
Rice cereal?
May 6, 2011
... aby cereal by bottle. Cereal can be made using formula, water, or breastmilk. If you are breastfeeding, its best to express breastmilk because it is sweeter than formula and water. ... (6 replies)
... ounces. If she is really hungery she will eat 2 ounces, but not likely. Usually just an ounce or so. She is bottle fed with formula and she bowel movements are yellow with seeds? ... (250 replies)
I feel so alone
Aug 14, 2005
... r way is best, but if your mom did a good job with you, let her babysit her way. You need to get rest or you will be sick and that's not good. My son stayed in a sit up seat after each bottle...helped a little, but not much. Reflux is a pain. See if your pediatrician can give you something for reflux. ... (12 replies)
... My DD was barely nursing at all, and I was fed up with pumping with my DS running around. She had started preferring the bottle and wouldn't have any patience with the boob. So I was mainly only pumping when I was engorged and slowly letting my milk dry up. ... (2 replies)
... and my daughter would not wake up to feed she was so tired i felt bad and let her sleep. turned out i was wrong i should have encouraged her to eat more so she would go potty more to get rid of the jaundice. ... (12 replies)

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