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Old 08-22-2011, 02:58 PM   #21
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Re: 7mo schedule?

Originally Posted by GEMQEMCABOOSE View Post
I haven't read The Baby Whisperer. I learned about scheduling from The Ezzos of Babywise notoriety through their Christian curriculum called Prep for Parenting. Our friends with large families have been using it since 1995. When we began our family, I liked what I saw in theirs and asked for the secrets . What I have been told is TBW repackages many of these same ideas in a more agreeable way that doesn't seem so legalistic. I do a dreamfeed because I BF and I need to do that to keep up supply. If I was FF, I would do just as you mention. I offered solids directly after nursing beginning with lunch and dinner meals too. Our babies all start nursing less (so maybe FF is the same?) around 9-10 months.
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Old 08-25-2011, 09:30 PM   #22
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Re: 7mo schedule?

There isn't anything wrong with a schedule. Some people tend to assume it means you are some cold detached parent who won't feed a hungry baby.

My DS went through a time of completely random eating. (posted somewhere here in FF) Lately, however, he seems to have spaced himself out. It is weird! (He did it with his naps too)

Wake 6am
7am 4 oz bottle
8am 1 jar of baby food
9am nap
noon 4 oz bottle
1pm nap
4pm 4 oz bottle
5pm 1 jar of baby food
7pm 8-10oz bottle

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