I was wondering if its normal for my daughter to eat every 2-3 hours. I feed on demand. And only time she goes on a long break is from 10:30 until 3 am and then from 3am-7 other then that its every 2/3hrs. And shes 2 months
My dd is 7 months and nurses every 2 hours. Also she still bf about 3 times a night. She just refuses to eat a lot at each nursing. I know I have plenty on the other side but she doesnt want it until the next feeding. My 2nd dd was the exact same but slept a little better at night
Yep! My DS fed every 1-2 hours until 14 weeks, then every 2-3 hours until 8 months. My DD fed every 2-3 hours from birth until about 8/9 months. Then she started dropping day feeds and continued to feed every 2-3 hours through the night (or more) until I started night weaning her a couple of weeks ago. She's 19 months.
My DD is 16wks. she ebf every 2-4hrs in the day and 2-3 in the night. The longest she goes is bedtime (usually between 7.30-9) and will wake between 1-3 depending on when she fed/went down. from them its roughly every 2hrs. she generally only feeds from one side unless its the side with the less milk in which i put her on the other. I was just wondering whether she is showing signs of weaning yet as lives with her hand in her mouth. i dont think she is hungry tho as she is plenty happy. Reading this thread has reasurred me that she is just fine.
i do wonder when eveyone seems to expect a full night sleep by now yet 16wks on i still havent had one!! lol ( infact i dont think i have since 16wks pregnant!!! lol)
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