- 08-30-2011, 10:27 PM #9
some babies are very efficient feeders. Neither of mine would ever drink for more than 10 minutes per feed....the amount that they drink is not always judged by the time they suck. My girl loved to suck, but after a few minutes of feeding, she was comfort sucking and not getting anything from it
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- 11-10-2011, 11:43 PM #10Registered User
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Perhaps following your baby's cues can also be the answer to his feeding problems. babies have strong survival instincts, they will eat when they're hungry, and they will
sleep when they're tired.
I wouldn't worry if he is gaining weight and generally happy during his waking hours. if this is not the case, then you might want to talk to your pediatrician to make sure he is ok physically.
- 11-11-2011, 10:32 PM #11Registered User
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thanks everyone, I have started to understand and learn how to observed my LO's cue. His sleep has also improved ever since we sleep train him. Yes, I still a bit worried about his weight gain, but as others said, as long he is happy and active, and hitting his milestone accordingly, I think he is fine. Thanks everyone!
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