My LO has a 6oz bottle in the morning when she wakes and a 6oz bottle when she goes to bed. I went to see my HV a couple of days ago because i was concerned it wasn't enough and she told me that amount was fine as long as she has a varied diet which includes dairy products and that she has other fluids during the day. Hope this helps
Anna has about 18oz a day and 3 small meals. As I am increasing the size of the portions she is taking less and less. She was taking no water/juice til just last week and now she has sips during her meals so am happy
7oz morning and 7oz before bed and 4oz with tea. They are on three meals quite hefty portions I think and drink water in the day (or should I say shake their sippy cups full of water at each other a few times a day)
I was a ltittle concerned about Austin not taking much milk anymore but as someone said before i was told it was fine as long as he was getting dairy elsewhere in his diet. He has 6-7 oz in the morning and the same before bed. Occassionally has one 6 oz bottle in the day but doesnt finish it. He ussually has at least 1-2 yogarts ( big pots) per day and rice pudding and that sort of thing for his puddings so gets plenty. I try to give him water which he has in a sipping cup, i think he drinks some but mostly it goes down his front hehe xx
Varies between 12 & 18 oz since he was 7 mnths. He takes 3 bottles, I always prepare 6 oz bottles but he rarely drains them & always leaves between 1-2 oz in each bottle. He only takes 3 small meals with no snacks in between. He dropped frm 90th percentile at 7 mnths to 75th at 10 mnths but his Dr. wasnt concerned. xx
Tom has 8oz on waking and the same when he goes to bed. He has just dropped a bottle during the day and but still has about 4oz from a 6oz one around lunch time. So about 20oz max. He also has 3 meals and at least 1 snack over the day but he doesn't eat a huge amount at each one.
He's suddenly gone off drinking much milk during the day - when he wakes from naps he pushes a bottle away but will eat rice cakes etc quite happily.
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