im not breast feeding... but was wondering if any ladies woke their newborn up for feedings if they were not awake within four hours?....Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:57 PM on Apr. 5, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
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Formula babies generally sleep better at first because they are getting enough in their bellies.
It's because the formula is harder to digest. Newborns are very sleepy & shouldn't be left too long without feeding-especially if they are a little jaundice. You want that billirubin to be flushed out-by feedings. Also, why feed a hysterical, starving baby. Watch for hunger cues-even while they nap like sucking on their hand or being restless then feed them and put them back to sleep.
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