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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Ok ill keep trying. I normally offer cold formula but i think daycare mentioned that they heated it up so ill try that.

    He does hold the bottle, i just help him tip it up cause he doesnt know how to do that yet. Ill try propping him up by himself though woth something tucked under the bottle - he wants to be independent with solids so might be the same with formula
    I find my DD prefers to be lying flat, so I sit down on the floor with her & just hold the bottle in her mouth, rather than have her on any angle holding her... We did most BF's lying down so I think she's used to that.

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    He took 180mls of formula from me, yay! Had some trouble getting him down for a sleep without a breastfeed but hopefully it will get easier as he gets used to it.

    Will probably just do this slowly, still planning to breastfeed first thing in the morning & last thing at night & ill just gradually replace the feeds during the day with formula. That way its the same as daycare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    He took 180mls of formula from me, yay! Had some trouble getting him down for a sleep without a breastfeed but hopefully it will get easier as he gets used to it.

    Will probably just do this slowly, still planning to breastfeed first thing in the morning & last thing at night & ill just gradually replace the feeds during the day with formula. That way its the same as daycare.
    Well done!! Such a relief when it finally happens, it will only get better now!


 

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