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Old 07-05-2012, 06:29 PM   #11
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Re: How much does an 11 month old, non-solids eating baby drink?

Thansk ladies, I guess I need to aim a little higher, fortunately I think I can get some donor milk that at least has limited food allergies in it...

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I don't know anything about guesstimating an amount to have ready but I want to say good luck at your biopsy.
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Old 07-06-2012, 07:27 AM   #13
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I don't know anything about guesstimating an amount to have ready but I want to say good luck at your biopsy.
Thanks, I'm just kind of "whatever" about it right now. The thyroid lump, though less likely to be bad is the scarier option in my mind, bc treatment involves isolation and I can't imagine being away from my babies for 2 weeks.
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I would like to say good luck too.

It appears you have an answer to your question but I'll chip in too. My son is 11 months and eats 3 meals per day of baby food and some limited table foods. He nurses in the morning and at night before bed and takes three 6-8 oz bottles at daycare. On weekends, he'll nurse about 4 times and doesn't seem to need any additional. I also offer a dippy with water since its summer.

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Old 07-06-2012, 08:50 AM   #15
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Re: How much does an 11 month old, non-solids eating baby drink?

I've read on Kelly mom baby needs 1oz for every hour he is away from you, and generally babies drink about 32oz all day long.
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I would like to say good luck too.

It appears you have an answer to your question but I'll chip in too. My son is 11 months and eats 3 meals per day of baby food and some limited table foods. He nurses in the morning and at night before bed and takes three 6-8 oz bottles at daycare. On weekends, he'll nurse about 4 times and doesn't seem to need any additional. I also offer a dippy with water since its summer.

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And 32 oz is honestly a very high end. It's usually 24 right around. 1 ounce per hour is the best tool.
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And 32 oz is honestly a very high end. It's usually 24 right around. 1 ounce per hour is the best tool.
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My daughter didn't eat much at that age and most of her nutrients came from formula. She was taking approx 35oz of formula a day or so.

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Old 07-07-2012, 08:18 PM   #20
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My lo is almost 12m and still only nurses. they are still babies

I'd shoot to have more milk just in case.
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