My DD is 6.5 mths old but figured that was close enough.
Quick question re: breast or solids first. My bub generally has a feed from 4.30-5.30 in the morning then up from 7.30-8.30. Sometimes she wants a breastfeed, other times she completely uninterested so I do breakfast first (solids) and then feed after 40 mins or so. Has anyone else found this with their bubs. She's down to 3 good breastfeeds during the day (and 3 lots of solids) I sometimes try and squeeze in another boob before the arvo sleep if she's keen. I'm not worried about weight (she's 10kg...) just curious if this is a normal pattern of dropping feeds. Thanks
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29-08-2012 14:15 #1Member
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30-08-2012 16:23 #2Senior Member
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Hello my daughter is 8mths and still has four feeds and 3 solids. She usually has her milk feed first but is now starting to become less interested so I might switch it around. I still have my girl on 4 feeds as she is just over 7kg but was 5lb 8 at birth and is slowly putting on weight.
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