That sounds good to me. Of course she will let you know if she doesn't like it. For us I pretty much do the same except at night I will feed her food, then play and take a bath, then read a story and drink a bottle. I try to let the food settle some before the bottle. Good luck!View Thread
I need help breastfeeding! I breastfed my baby for five months, with no problems. Then I was put on a medication and was unable to breastfeed for two weeks, i could only use formula. I was given the ok to start breastfeeding again and she won't take me, she just cries. I have a good milk supply she just will not latch on. Please someone help me with this, I miss our bonding time and really would love to breastfeed again.View Thread
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