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    I was hoping to make it to six months and we're still doing one feed a day at 12 months!

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    Lucy is 12 months and we are doing 4 feeds a day. Does anyone know if that sounds right? (She has no other fluids, just breast-milk). I am just a bit unsure of how many feeds per day she should be having.
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    I think four feeds a day sounds right, but she should be having water, and remember after 12 months solids should be offered first before boob.

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    13 months. We are still doing 3 feeds a day. On waking in the morning, before naps and before bed. I see it staying this way till she weans

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    @J37 dd was on 4-5 feeds plus about 500mls of water a day at 12 months she is almost 15 months and now on 2-3 breast feeds water and cows milk. I don't think there is any "right" number just whatever suits you both

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    DS was down to about 3 feeds a day at 12 months I think.

    Now at 16 months he has just 2 - first thing in the morning and before bed. I must admit I just stopped offering the lunch one and he didn't complain or ever miss it. This was partly because I went back to work and I cbf expressing. He now has cows milk in the morning if I work and I only express for his night feed if I'll be at work. I also wanted to reduce the feeds as I fell pregnant with ds2 and I just wanted more space iykwim.

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    @J37 sounds pretty normal to me. DS was still feeding around 4-5 times a day at that age, plus a small amount of water. If he had his way I'd still be feeding him 3+ times a day at 22 months. I've just cut him down from 3 to 1 feed in the last month in preparation for my new baby.

    ETA since 12 months I gave him water with every meal, a bottle of water in his play area, and now he also occasionally asks for a cup of milk from the fridge.
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