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    Ok so he took a bottle tonight after a fair bit of protesting. DH gave it to him while I bathed DD so that I wasn't in the room. We gave him 90ml of AllerPro formula and he took about 60ml. I breastfed him afterwards. I'm so glad he took it, I hope he starts accepting it without protesting. At least if he will take a bottle I'll have options with how I move forward.

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    Glad to hear he took the bottle! I don't think I could live without dairy either, you need to do what is best for baby AND for you.

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    DH tried again tonight and DS only complained for a few seconds then took most of it (about 50ml, we're offering 60ml before a breastfeed). When he came and told me I was so happy and relieved but then I burst into tears and couldn't stop crying


 

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