Bobbi - posted on 10/20/2010 ( 1 mom has responded )
My daughter is 4 months old and is currently drinking up to 5 oz per bottle of breast milk. Has her appetite grows will the need for more milk grow? My older son was on formula and was at 8 oz per bottle by one year. Will this be the same for breastmilk? I was told that the consistancy of my milk will change as my baby grows, so they may not drink up to 8 oz a bottle. Is this true? (I know of one other mother who's children (all 3) did not drink more than 4 oz a bottle all the way up to one year.) Also, how many hours does a child this age and older go between feedings? All info that I find are for newborns. Thank you in advance!!!