I've bf for the last 6 months and my lol is such a bad sleeper. He will wake every hour still. A few people suggested trying hungry baby milk as his last feed of the day so am giving it a go. I made my first bottle earlier and couldn't believe how long it takes! Don't know how you all have the patience! It's so much quicker to whip out a boob lol. Anyway, is there a quicker way? I boiled the kettle, let it cool, made the milk, run it under the tap as the instructions said to. Could I not put cooled boiled water in the fridge and warm up then add the milk or does that encourage bacteria? I'm not lazy I promise, I just don't want bubby to scream while I make the bottle as he's not used to waiting!
That's what we do. In the morning we make up a batch of bottles with about 60mls water in them then top up with freshly boiled water then formula when LO needs a feed. Our LO is 3 weeks and being combi fed so you might need to experiment with how much boiled water to cool and how much to top up with depending on how much your LO drinks.
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