My husband thinks he should be starting to eat a little less often, but he's not really on a schedule. Sometimes he'll want to eat an hour after he ate, and sometimes, no more than once a day, he'll go about 5 or 6 hours. Average is about 2-3 though. It's all over the place.Answer Question
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Answer by But_Mommie at 8:07 AM on Feb. 12, 2011
Have you checked out the website kellymom? They have a lot of good info for nursing mothers. It's been a while since I have had a 3 months old, but if I remember correctly, my daughter was every 3-4 hours from the start. Except when she went through growth spurts, then she wanted to nurse every hour. I can also say that every child is different. I think as long as you're following your baby's cues, and he's happy, and making enough wet diapers every day, then you're doing fine. Also, if he's sleeping through the night at 3 months old, you're one lucky momma! Mine didn't start sleeping through the night until well after she was a year old, after we weaned. I don't think there should a standard on what age babies should be sleeping through the night, cause every child is different. And worrying about weather or not they're sleeping through the night just adds extra stress.
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