Just wondering what sort of routine you follow? My baby is 6 months old and is already on 2 meals a day and ready to move on to 3 meals a day.
Can anyone share their routines? How much solid food does your little one eat, what time do they have their meals? How much milk do they drink in addition?
Do they have milk at the same time as their meals or separately? Any advice would be useful as there doesn't seem to be a lot of guidance once the early days are over!
i know what you mean ... my LO is eating 3 solid meals aday generaly with a 4oz bottle afterwards... today the doc told us he could start eating any thing we eat... just no dairy no red fish, and nothing spicy
Sometimes she eats like a horse, other times like a little bird but this is what we do
Wake up 7am ish bf
breakfast about 8am
bf about 10am
lunch about 12pm
bf about 2.30pm
bedtime bf about 6.30pm
she wakes about 2 x a night but not always for milk, sometimes she just wants cuddles!
It feels a bit like our days revolve around food nowadays
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