Yes very normal! Its probably a good idea to continue feeding on demand like you have been doing. Your lil one will most likely settle himself into a predictable routine when he's ready. DD2 is fully FF and settled herself into a predictable routine from about 9-10 weeks. xxx
I agree with the above comment. Mine I still feed on demand but she is getting to be predictable with her feeds. Her night feeds almost always are at 12am and 4am now. Day feeds are always at 5am, 6:30am, 8am, 12pm and so on. Give her time she will get herself onto a schedule.
My LO is just over a week old and we are kind of getting into some sort of routine, she feeds every 3 hoursish both night and day, she dosent seem to have set times yet but she is awake each morning from 7-10am and has been since being born so its quite nice too get some time with her before she falls to sleep for the rest of the day, only waking up too feed! I was told not too expect her too be in any kind of time routine until at least 9-10 weeks old so im feeding on demand, which is about every 3 hours sometimes even 4 hours!
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