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    Default How do I work out how much bub has drank?

    If I put 100ml water + 2 scoops, it looks more than 100ml? SO do I work out from 100ml or 110/120ml??

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    The way I understand it is, whatever the level of the fluid in the bottle is the level in the bottle... So if your 100mls + 2 scoops of powder make it up to 120mls, then that is what is in the bottle.

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    I cant remember how I worked it out with DS1.

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    It's usually counted from how much water is in bottle (before u put formula in)

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    Bumping for my advice as I'd like to know too. I'm new to bottle feeding and want to ensure DS is getting the right daily amount

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsmamma View Post
    It's usually counted from how much water is in bottle (before u put formula in)
    That's how we worked it out


 

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