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Sample feeding schedule for 8 month old.

Can you guys give me your sample feeding schedules for your 8 month old. Times of feedings, how much milk, how much food, etc. Thanks!

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expectoct

Asked by expectoct at 12:34 PM on May. 20, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)

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  • My daughter drinks 1-2 ounces of breastmilk in the morning (within a half an hour of waking up)

    Within 1-2 hours she eats a can of baby food (fruits) or as much as she will eat (sometimes just a half a jar) as well as some cereal. (Sometimes the a few tablespoons or even just one).

    She will have 1-3 ounces more of milk within the coarse of 3 hours.

    Around 4:00 pm she is eating more babyfood-- very rarely is it the whole jar.

    7:00 pm she eats dinner (an entire thing of baby food or as much as she wants to eat-- which is usually alot of it.

    8:00pm she is in bed.

    She wakes up around midnight for milk and sometimes again around 5:00 am- How much she eats varies.

    Hope that helped. My daughter is 7 months- 1 week. I don't know if I even feed her enough or too much? I don't know but she's healthy!! :)





    tbear2008

    Answer by tbear2008 at 1:13 PM on May. 20, 2009

  • Sample Feeding schedule for 8mo. old:

    Upon waking: Breastfeed, or offer 6-8oz. formula
    Aprox. 1hr. later: 2-4 tbls. infant cereal, 2- 4tlbs. fruit, diluted juice from sippy cup

    Mid-morning: Breastfeed, or offer 6-8oz. formula
    Lunch: 1/2 jar meat, 1 serving veggie, 1/2 serving fruit, formula or water from sippy cup

    Mid-afternoon: Breastfeed,or offer 6-8oz. formula
    Supper: 4oz. dinner, 1/2 serving yogurt, water from sippy cup

    Before bed: Breastfeed, or offer 6-8oz. formula
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 3:47 PM on May. 20, 2009

  • My daughter will be 8 months old in a week, and our schedule is something like this:
    Wakeup 730 - breastfeed
    830 breakfast - 3TBSP oatmeal & stage 2 jar fruit
    12 breastfeed
    1 lunch - stage 2 jar fruit & stage 2 jar veggie
    430 breastfeed
    530 dinner - 3 TBSP oatmeal & stage 2 jar fruit
    830 breastfeed
    Just a little side note - Our Dr. recommend not introducing dairy products until at least 1 year of age (cows milk, cheese, yogurt etc). I think this is a pretty standard recommendation. Good luck!
    MOM2GIRLS7296

    Answer by MOM2GIRLS7296 at 5:49 PM on Jun. 3, 2009

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