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    Default 10 month old and amount of formula per day

    Good morning, I was wondering how many mils of formula your 10 month old has a day? My DS currently has 660mils a day over 4 bottles. I've been having issues with him eating dinner so I'm thinking of dropping the 2pm bottle and giving him 3 a day as a trial.

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    Hey there I'm curious as well. I'm not sure if I should be dropping a bottle and replacing it with more food either

    My ds is 10 months old, he has 4 bottles over 24 hours
    7am 240mils
    11am 180 mils
    3pm 180
    7pm(bedtime)

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    7pm( bedtime) 240mils

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    I think most formula tins suggest (guideline only) of 240-250ml 3-4 times a day? I think you can go more or less depending on amount of solids eaten

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    DS was having 4-5 (180mls). He naturally dropped to 3 at 12 months and to 2 not longer after that.

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    My 10 month old twins only have one formula feed before bed, and are breastfed the rest of the day at the same times as Samas101 mentioned. I've just dropped the 11am feed and they haven't noticed at all. I found that they didn't seem to need it. I have just encouraged some water at that time (solids are not long after). So mine are now on 3 milk feeds a day and 3 solid meals.

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    My 10 month old has about 550mls a day. 200ml when he wakes up, then 150ml about 1.5hrs after lunch, most days he will only drink a little bit of this one so im thinking of dropping it and the 200ml before bed.

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