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I BF so I don't have a good handle on exact quantities, but I've found that LO is becoming less and less interested in her mid-morning milk feed, She'll have a quick slurp, more like she's just quenching her thirst, rather than a real feed.
So I feel like we've gone from 4 feeds to 3 1/2 in the last couple of weeks., plus 3 solid meals.
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I breastfeed in the morning, she gets two 6oz bottles at daycare (usually only eats about 5oz), then depending on her needs sometimes I breastfeed when we get home at 6 and again before she goes to sleep at 7:30.
We're in the process of dropping one bottle at daycare because she hasn't been that interested in her last bottle.
I BF and pump for the nanny. Recently my almost 10 month old has only been taking 1-2 bottles while I'm gone at work. She's eating a LOT of solids though.
I BF her in the morning around 5/6 am and I would guess she's getting 5-6 oz at least
Then nanny gives her a 5 oz bottle around 10/11 a.m.
Then sometimes another bottle in the afternoon if she wants it so another 5 oz.
Then I get home and nurse her a little (not much) so maybe 3 oz?
Then at night she does nurse a lot to sleep so maybe another 5 oz? So if I had to guess she probably takes in 20 oz a day apx. I'm thinking of dropping one pumping session at work because she's not as interested in the bottles during the day and I still BF her plenty at home, AND I have a lot of frozen milk.