Your baby’s digestive system is still developing - it’s very sensitive and delicate, which is why they can’t cope with anything other than milk until around 4-6 months. As they grow, their appetite and feeding routines can seem to change from one week to the next.You might find that they’re still hungry after a feed, or perhaps you’re worried they’re not eating as much as they should or you’re concerned they have an allergy or intolerance.
Not all mums choose to breastfeed. Some mums choose to combine breast with formula feeding. Others find that expressing breastmilk and feeding using a bottle can be handy if they’re out and about, and can give a partner the chance to get involved with feeds. And some mums decide to switch to an infant formula completely.
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