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When you feed your baby solids in between milk feeds, you are not only reinforcing your baby’s feeding schedule but are also ensuring that nutrients in her diet are reaching her in the right way. Even when she has started eating at least two meals a day, breast milk or other formula milk should be taking care of much of her nutrition. Give her the milk bottle when she is hungry, in between meals.

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Kim Posted: Monday, April 14, 2014 1:37:08 PM(UTC)
my child does not sits on her own when she is laying down. What should be done?