Just wondering if this is the same as a newborn - I thought maybe it wasn't? Now DD is having solids. My supply is also low but she seems happy enough most of the time. I give her one bottle a day but she will only have a maximum of 80ml as it's not her preferred feeding method.
I also switched to cloth so am finding it harder to monitor. Is it not as important as they get older and eat more foods? I guess I can give her more water with meals too to help for hydration?
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