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Claudia F
a year ago
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Amarel Tomney
I think bottle feeding is a bit different in this situation - from what I understand and I saw this happen personally and was also told by my pediatrician is that supply can be cut in half by 9 mos or so, also as your baby gets older your BM macronutrient profile changes becomes more calorically dense ... so your breast milk could have as much as 30 cals per ounce even (I know people who have gotten their breast milk checked for nutrient profile). Your baby may be needing less breast milk than you think , but if you are offering a bottle will drink the whole thing because it’s something your baby enjoys :) Your baby should be on solids so this helps to supplement and is also the cause for the natural weaning process - in other words , your baby anyway gradually drinks less and less formula and/or breast milk over time until they eventually wean
a year ago
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Meagan Stout
I power pump every morning to get a big start for the day. I pump 5-6 times a day. It rough...keep pushing mama! But if it don't work out, don't beat yourself up. You are amazing for pushing through and just nurturing nuour little one
a year ago
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Meagan Stout
He is 9 months now and my milk is trying to give up. I started drink a gallon and a half, taking Legendary Supplements and I drink a lot of Oatmilk
a year ago
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Meagan Stout
I'm in the same boat. I'm exclusively pumping since my little one was in the NICU for his first 2 weeks of life. Now he only bottle feds.
a year ago