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... My DD just turned 6 months today and we had her 6 month appt. yesterday. I had a million questions and got all of them answered but you know when you leave you think of 20 more. ... (7 replies)
... This past Saturday I started feeding my 6 month old DD a 3rd solid feeding per day, previously she was getting 2 solid feedings per day which for about a month. ... (2 replies)
... Wow 7 ounces is a lot for a 1 month old....but every baby is different. At 1 month my little guy was 4 ounces every 2 hours. The doctor said that was alot, but he was at normal weight, and still is so doctor said not to worry about it then. ... (10 replies)

... Ok I hope this helps. I just came from the doctors office for my daughters 6 month check up. Here is what she told me... ... (4 replies)
Baby Cookies
Mar 7, 2006
... Not to start trouble or anything, but with the alarming number of obese kids out there why would you start feeding a 6 month old cookies? ... (5 replies)
... At six months I was feeding cereal at least once a day and babyfood atleast once a day. I usually put a little fruit in the cereal. Every baby is different and what he is ready for and how much they eat will depend on the child. ... (2 replies)
Baby Cookies
Mar 7, 2006
... What a mess those things are! He had cookie from one end of him to the next. He wasn't all that interested in it, mostly he just gummed it a few seconds and then dropped it all over. ... (5 replies)
... but he was eating more than 32oz of formula and would still be hungry. he has been advanced in physical an mental developement since birth. ... (2 replies)
... pm last feeding breastfeeds first and then usually drinks 4 oz of formula. ... (3 replies)
Feeding 4 weeks
Jul 6, 2005
... My DS was a 22 lb. ... (10 replies)
... I was glad to see your question because my daughter turned five months old today and I've been struggling for a few weeks on how much to feed her. She could not tolerate cereal or oatmeal, but has enjoyed just veggies so far. ... (2 replies)
... My DD is 9 months old tomorrow and is doing great eating "real" food. We've LOVED and used the book "First Meals" by Annabel Karmel. ... (3 replies)
... Because I think that liquid formula already has water added to it, as opposed to powder which you have to add water to. You are supposed to just use it as it is and not water it down. ... (1 replies)
... I started taking medication that she can't have, so I would nurse her around 6 in the morning, then take the medicine and not nurse her again that day. Oh, I might not have been clear about the bottles either.... ... (10 replies)
... My Ella is on a similar schedule. ... (8 replies)
... ter" rice cereal and it was really quite runny, it's supposed to be like that, the better they get at their spoon feeding, the thicker you can make the cereal on a gradual basis. ... (466 replies)
... n a very strict non dairy diet because she had blood in her stool more than once, so it was very hard for me busy at work and not being able to eat much not even a drop of whey or casein and much more. ... (10 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. we noticed she was still fussy after eating so we'd up it an extra oz but never force her to finish. ... (2 replies)
... My son is 8 months, and I formula feed...I've noticed that ever since we began feeding him baby food, he has lost interest in formula. He still eats it, bt not as much as before... ... (5 replies)
... Yes, absolutely. And what your baby is drinking is NORMAL for a breastfed infant. 30ml's is about 1 ounce. My daughter, at 9 months old, has NEVER drank more then 2 ounces from a bottle in her entire life. ... (5 replies)




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