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... how long can a baby bottle of formula sit out (4 replies)
... hours before it going bad, but how long can you let formula milk sit? ... (4 replies)
... Only 1 hour after 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)

... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... mimicking your chewing motions, and most importantly, loss of the tongue thrust reflex. This reflux causes the tongue to move in back to front motion, which is how they massage the areola of your breast to elicit the let down of your milk. ... (2 replies)
... I started off two days ago when l gave her 1 teaspoon of baby rice mixed with formula milk. I gave her Apricot and strawberry breakfast cereal and her caulifloiwer and broccoli with cheese for lunch twice a day. ... (466 replies)
... y. I certainly am not criticizing you...you need to do whatever works for you. I guess my point is just about every baby cries when they want a bottle. No matter how you prep a bottle...whether with EBM or formula...the baby is going to be crying. You can't make any bottle fast enough when the baby is crying. ... (26 replies)
... Ethan is just about to hit 3 months. I can't believe it. At least once a week I have to tell him his birth story and point out how he used to fit in my tummy. lol I just got some pictures back from right before he was born... man, was I a house. He's doing really well. ... (62 replies)
... s around this time because they are eating less often, and are more active, so they burn off more between feeds. Kaden has a Dr appointment next week so I'll see how much he weighs now. He has a very dry scalp right now...not cradle cap though, just dry flaky skin. ... (466 replies)
My milk is gone...
Feb 21, 2007
... this and you might even cry. Been there done that and yes hated it every time. It's a new milestone your DD will go through so enjoy that she will be going to formula and you did a great job in getting her tihs far with breastmilk. ... (18 replies)
... she would try SO HARD to sit up, roll over, crawl, climb up my chest, stick her fingers in my nose, etc. ... (6 replies)
... every time this just depends on how hungry she is and how much she will eat before she pushes it away and doesn't want anymore or feeding her becomes a challenge! ... (5 replies)
... ile they did kenzies. she was very upset to be strapped down but she drank the barium like a champ. i think at that point they have been kept wihtout food for so long that they will eat anything! ... (11 replies)
... He endorses the "extinction method" in which you shut the door and walk away. Letting a baby cry for as long as needed is apparently Ok, and there is no age in which he believes sleep training should start, which is ridiculous to me. ... (10 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)
... Troy isn't..he just likes to sit and lunge forward or when he is on his tummy he rolls right over. I remember I used to be soooo stressed that he hated tummy time and wasn't rolling.. ... (466 replies)
... he LOVES it. I also got him a bouncer, but he has to be in the mood for it. He is also desperately trying to sit himself up on his own. He loves his highchair and is really starting to interact with things. ... (21 replies)
... Insect repellent should not be used on babies if at all possible. The deet can enter the body thru the skin, and can poison babies because of their small size. ... (5 replies)




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