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05-01-2015 08:12 #41Senior Member
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05-01-2015 09:01 #47
Shall I stir the pot some more and let everyone know that she will be introduced to solids at 4 months... Judge away now![/QUOTE]
I can help stir that pot... I started solids at 4 months its going great!
05-01-2015 09:05 #48
I don't think this is the thread to make clear your disagreement with someone's methods. Offer some advice, give the OP some support and leave it at that.
05-01-2015 09:20 #49Senior Member
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Obviously do what is best for your baby, but I don't think that stretching feeds to 3-4hrly is likely to result in dehydration.
As for the celebrating breastfeeding thing- I am celebrating breastfeeding a lot more this time around than I was with my DS1 who fed 2hrly around the clock!
05-01-2015 09:44 #50
This might be a slight derail, but AmyEL, I noticed you said you were EBF. I was just wondering how much you generally give per feed and in total per day?
Just curious as i am expressing to feed my almost 12 week old (inverted nipples), and i have just kind of muddled through to figure out how much baby wants, and how often, and wondered how this compares with what other people do.
I generally give feeds of 120ml about every 2 hrs during the day, or longer between feeds if baby doesn't seem hungry or is asleep etc. We don't have a set routine, and I just try to take his cues. I feed him up before bed, and he is a good night time sleeper, but not so good during the day.
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