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time between feedings/ is this ok?

time between feedings/ is this ok?

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  • Dopey406 Dopey406's Avatar 03-09-10 | 09:58 PM

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    for Brady!
Thank you Dopey406!
3Princes (03-09-10)
  • imagine imagine's Avatar 03-10-10 | 01:49 AM
  • Babies usually will fill up by eating more frequently in the evening hours, that way they are full and can sleep longer without needing to eat. as long as he is having enough wet diapers and is growing well then he is fine. enjoy it. he may want more to eat as he get's bigger and the Binky wont be enough but for now I would say keep at it and maybe you will get lucky and he will always be a great sleeper.
Thank you imagine!
3Princes (03-10-10)
  • MrsS1stbaby MrsS1stbaby's Avatar 03-10-10 | 10:40 AM
  • IA, if he was truly hungry the paci would not suffice. I returned to work at 8 weeks and thankfully Kendall also started sleeping for about 6-8 hours at night as well, so it worked out great. At first I thought I should still get up & pump to keep my production up, but I quickly nicked that idea after "speaking" to the women on here about my body would adjust to her new schedule and I could finally get some sleep!
Thank you MrsS1stbaby!
3Princes (03-10-10)
  • teddybear1082 teddybear1082's Avatar 03-10-10 | 04:12 PM
  • Funny-I was going to post a similar question today. I was feeling like a horrible mom sticking the binky in to get him back to sleep before the next feeding!

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