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    Default When to introduce third meal.

    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    I have been feeding DS at 7am every day this week to get him into a routine - it's working. If he wakes up a little earlier we have a play first and then a change before his bottle. He takes his full bottle (most of the time) at 7am.
    How long did it take for him to start drinking it all at 7? How much does he take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuddlesAwait View Post
    How long did it take for him to start drinking it all at 7? How much does he take?
    It has taken a little bit, maybe a couple of weeks. It is rare now that he has a night feed (he had one last night for the first time in a week) so by morning he is hungry. How are you going with it all?

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    Default When to introduce third meal.

    My ds is 5 mths and his routine is this: ( tho he is a catnap per too)
    7am 180 ml bottle
    8am rice cereal and purée pear
    9am sleep
    11am 180 ml bottle
    12pm 2 cubes ( as in ice cube size) sweet pot, or pumpkin or carrot
    12.45pm sleep
    3pm 180 ml bottle
    5.20pm rice cereal and apple or pear
    6.30pm 180 ml bottle
    7pm bed and he normally sleeps through till 7ish

    I'm not sure how much he should be eating now, as he has no problem finishing his bottle or food. Is 2 ice cubes size enough??


 

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