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Eating habits

Lately when I would give my 8 month old just formula at feedings, he seemed to get hungry faster. He would tend to wake up in the middle of the night and want a bottle. What can I give him to satisfy his hunger longer?

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KellyBelly89

Asked by KellyBelly89 at 7:40 PM on Jun. 2, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)

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  • My friend's son was like that at 2 mo. She put baby ceral in his bottle with formula. Try that, it might work.
    mommy-17

    Answer by mommy-17 at 7:48 PM on Jun. 2, 2009

  • He's 8 months? So's mine, and he's already eating 3rd stage food! I suggest starting him on solids, if his doctor is ok with it. Your DS (Dear Son) is growing! Formula tastes gross anyway lol. Start him on rice or oatmeal baby cereal mixed with the formula, and use your finger or a soft spoon to feed him. You don't need any sugar or salt or anything, just cereal and formula.
    Joylynn77

    Answer by Joylynn77 at 8:20 PM on Jun. 2, 2009

  • BTW (by the way)
    AC = Adopted Child
    AF = Aunt Flo
    AP= Attachment Parenting
    ATM = At the Moment
    AYT = Are You There
    BBL = Be Back Later
    BF = Boy Friend (also sometimes best friend, breast-feeding or breakfast, depending on context!!)
    BFN = Big Fat Negative
    BFP = Big Fat Positive
    BIL = Brother-In-Law
    BL = Belly Laugh
    BRB = Be Right Back
    BTW = By The Way
    CIO = Crying It Out
    CM = CafeMom
    CYL = Catch Ya' Later
    DD = Dearest Daughter, Darling Daughter, etc
    DF = Dear/Darling Fiance'
    DH = Dear Hubby (Or Husband), Darling Hubby, Darn Hubby, Dumb Hubby, etc
    DIKU = Do I Know You
    DS = Dearest Son, Darling Son, etc (can also mean Direct Sales)
    DSA = Direct Selling Association
    ETA = Estimated Time of Arrival or Edited To Add
    F2F = Face To Face
    FAQ = Frequently Asked Question
    FC = Foster Child
    FIL = Father-In-Law
    FTW = For The Win
    Joylynn77

    Answer by Joylynn77 at 8:23 PM on Jun. 2, 2009

  • FWIW = For What It's Worth
    GF = Girl Friend
    HTH = Hope That Helps
    IKWYM = I Know What You Mean
    IM = Instant Message
    IMHO = In My Humble/Honest Opinion
    IRL = In Real Life
    ISO = In Search Of
    ITA = I Totally Agree
    JK = Just Kidding
    JMO = Just My Opinion/Observation
    JUD = Jumping Up And Down
    KWIM = Know What I Mean
    LMAO = Laughing My A$$ Off
    LMBO = Laughing My Butt Off
    LOL = Laughing Out Loud or Lots Of Laughs
    MB = Message Board
    MD = Meltdown
    MIL = Mother-In-Law
    MIS/DS = Mom's In Sales Direct Selling
    NAD = Nursing At Desk
    NAK = Nursing At Keyboard
    OIC = Oh I See
    OMG = Oh My Gosh
    OP = Original Poster
    OT = Off Topic
    OTOH = On The Other Hand
    PIOG = Posted In Other Groups
    PITA = Pain In The Acronyms
    PM = Private Message
    POV = Point Of View
    PP = Previous Poster
    PTMM = Please Tell Me More
    RAK/DAK=Rand
    Joylynn77

    Answer by Joylynn77 at 8:24 PM on Jun. 2, 2009

  • RAK/DAK=Random Acts Of Kindness/Deliberate Acts Of Kindness
    RE = Rolling Eyes
    ROFL or ROTFL = Rolling On The Floor Laughing
    ROFLMBO = Rolling On The Floor Laughing My Butt Off
    SAH(M) =Stay At Home (Mom)
    SD = Step Daughter
    SIL = Sister-In-Law
    SO = Significant Other
    SS = Step Son
    STBX = Soon To Be Ex
    TIA = Thanks In Advance
    TMI = Too Much Information
    TOM = Time Of The Month
    TTC = Trying To Conceive
    TTYL = Talk To You Later
    TY = Thank You
    WAH(M) = Work At Home (Mom)
    WOTH(M) = Work Outside the Home (Mom)
    WB = Welcome Back
    WTG = Way To Go
    WTH = What The Heck

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    Joylynn77

    Answer by Joylynn77 at 8:25 PM on Jun. 2, 2009

  • Hope that helps!
    Joylynn77

    Answer by Joylynn77 at 8:28 PM on Jun. 2, 2009

  • My son had started solids around then, so what I would do is give him a little bit of infant cereal and a bottle right before his bed time.
    officerjoeys

    Answer by officerjoeys at 9:44 PM on Jun. 2, 2009

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