'Breastfeeding Myths Debunked' - Bottles increase in size as baby gets older
Today we are debunking the myth that bottles must increase in size as baby gets older.
Breatmilk changes with the needs of baby. Larger bottles are not needed.
Breastfed babies should receive between 1-1.25 oz/per hour away from mom. Bottle should not be larger than 3 oz. at a time. It is recommended that baby be burped after each ounce and the nipple be slow flow.
Have you bought into this myth? Does your baby get breastmilk in a bottle?