When did your baby stop spiting up? My DD is 11 months old me and I am getting so sick of the smell of it. It happens every morning after her bottle. I cam getting tired of having to wash DD and myself get us both dressed just to turn around even 2 hours later to change her clothes or myself or having to put her back in the tub because of the spit up. Sometimes it happens after her afternoon or night bottles too, but not usually. I give her a 4-6 oz bottle in the morning at first, then is she wants more later on I give her only 2-3 more oz. But then come the afternoon and can take a 7-8 oz bottle no problem and same with her nighttime bottle.Answer Question
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