I should be happy, but I'm concerned.
I have a set of twins, 2 months old. In 2 nights in a row, they slept through the night, about 7 hours. Last night, at the feeding before the 7 hours of sleep, they drank 1 less oz. of formula than usual. Since I feed them every 3.5 hours or so, they basically skipped one feeding. The amount of each feeding has not gone up, so it means their total amount of the formula per day decreased.
I'm happy and not happy with this transition. Sleeping through the night should not cut down the feeding, should it? How was your experience?
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