Hi mums, I don’t know how your experience was or is but I think it can be so confusing understanding how often and how many bottles of formula to give your little one. I have seen the formula guides on the back of the cans but I have not found them to be helpful. My little one will drink and eat all day if he could. He is Elleven months old. He has 2 formula feeds of 200 ml per day, breakfast, lunch and dinner and one snack. Just curious what other mums are doing or have done when their little one was eleven months, and how it changed when they turned one. Thanks

Posted anonymously, 23rd February 2015

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  • Dont worry too much. After twelve months your bubs is allowed full cream milk. Youll save alot of money. Your doing a good job. Offer food first with a training cup of water with your bubs meals too.


  • yeah some babies just get hungrier when they have growth spurts but definately introduce more solids. Talk to your baby nurse but i think bub is just growing


  • Didn’t change dramatically in terms of frequency, but I started cutting feeds and encouraging more solids – but it sounds like you’re already about where I was at one.

    • That’s pretty much what I did as well.


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