Apologies if someone has recently asked but was just curious as to when your lo's dropped a feed. Matthew is 9 months old (just over 7 months corrected as he was prem) completely weaned on 3 meals a day plus finger foods - HE LOVES HIS GRUB! He has never been milky baby as such but had o be vigilant due to his weight. Roughly takes 4x 4-5oz (sometimes more) a day but think he is ready to drop his tea time (betwen 4.30-5.30 pm) feed as he really is not interested in it, he is happy to wasj his meal down with a little milk but only about an oz or so, this then has a knock on effect of his bedtime feed and goes to bed about 10pm (usually he's asleep for 7.30 and we have to wake him to give him this).
Think it would be ok to try and offer him either a drink of water or some milk in a sippy cup with his evening meal then offer a final feed at say 7-8pm? When I go back to work in Jan he is going to need to get up about 7am which just now he does not so really needs to be asleep earlier. Any advice would be appreciated, thanks xx
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