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How much milk should I give my newborn?
Here’s a tentative breakdown. Breast Milk: Most newborns eat every two to three hours, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and they drink 1-2 ounces of breast milk per feeding. By the time your baby reaches 2 weeks old, this amount will increase to 2-3 ounces.
How much should my baby drink per feed?
Newborns will drink between 30-60 mls per feed of approx. 8 feeds/day. At 1 month they will drink between 90-120 ml per feed and consume between 400-800 ml/day. At 2 months they will drink 120-180 ml and will have between 6-8 feeds/day. Between 3-6 months they will drink 180-200 ml per feed and have approx. 4-5 feeds.
How much solid food can a baby eat without milk?
Solid food shouldn’t take the place of milk as the main source of nutrients. Indeed, babies should still drink about 4-6 ounces per feeding when they’re 4 months old. Once they turn 6 months old, they may take up to 8 ounces every four or five hours, says the AAP.
When will my Baby start drinking more breast milk?
Your baby will gradually be able to drink more breast milk at each feeding. Over the first few weeks and months, the time between feedings will start to get longer鈥?on average about every 2 to 4 hours for most exclusively breastfed