I have a 2 months old baby who, in my opinion, seems to be eating an awful lot and almost all the time.
He normally wakes up around 5 or 6 am in the morning and, of course, we start feeding. He takes a 6 ounce at that time. I spend about 45 minutes feeding and burping and in an hour and 15 minutes he is hungry again.
I thought a baby was suppose to eat every 2 to 3 hours? Instead, after I finish feeding him, he cries for more an hour after and so at times, it seems as if all I have time to do is feed him, change his diaper, and then feed again.
He does take about a 2 to 3 hour nap around noon. So, when he wakes up, it starts back up again.
I would say he gets 7 to 8...6 ounce bottles a day and most times still seems hungry. So, roughly that is 42 ounces a day. He is 2 months and weighs roughly 16 pounds. Does anyone know of a chart that would show how much a baby of this age and weight should be eating?
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