DS1 was a real booby boy and fed whenever it was offered but DS2 isn't that keen. He still has 2 sleeps a day and until now I have been feeding him when he wakes but he isn't drinking much and doesn't always finish his bottles at crèche. Just wondering how often other kids his age feed and how you time them in relation to sleeps and solids. Thanks heaps.
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09-07-2013 20:58 #1Senior Member
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How many milk feeds does your 11/12 month old have?
09-07-2013 21:24 #2
Dd is almost 16mths now but she has been on 1 nap/3 feeds (still bf) since 11mths. At that stage it was a boob when she woke (7-7.30ish), sleep 12-2ish, boob when she woke then last milkies around 6.30 before bath/bed
She isn't much different now, just a slightly later nap but still has a milk feed when she wakes (thinking of dropping it though as its getting later and later)
Eta: solids are/were - breakfast approx 1hr after waking, lunch at 11am before nap & dinner at 5pm
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09-07-2013 21:52 #3Senior Member
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DS is 12 months, and his day is roughly as follows:
Bottle when he gets up at 8am (have just started substituting his formula with cows milk this week)
Breakfast approx. an hour later
Lunch at 12
Nap usually starts sometime between 2 - 2.30, and can last anywhere from half an hour to 4 hours (never has been a good day sleeper )
Bottle when he wakes up (switched to cows milk from formula a few weeks ago)
Dinner sometime between 6 - 7, depending on when DH gets home. If dinner is late, or bottle was early due to a short sleep, he will get a snack between the two.
Bottle at 8pm before bed (formula until the tin runs out, then will be switching to cows milk)
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