Does a 6 month old baby need more than three ounces for a bottle?
I did an estimate about how many feedings he does per day and I'm not sure how accurate I was because it seems to vary, but I think I got about 9 ish and I did the math and everything and I think it was just under 3 ounces.
I don't know if that changes as they get older.
My mom is supposed to babysit him in a couple of days, but honestly, and I mean this in the nicest way possible, she knows jack squat about breastfeeding and always expresses some concern over how much he's getting especially since she says he plows through it and then cries like he wants more.
Now that he's 6 months she keeps insisting (there's no way that's enough to satisfy him! I can't find a definite answer either way and I need to be able to tell her what to do and with confidence, because my family is the type that if you try to tell them anything outside of the realm of what they think then they seem to have this almost condescending "laugh what you say off as silly new mom" attitude. It's subtle, but not subtle enough