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    BNWilson3 posted:
    How much formula/breast milk do/did you feed your 4 month old?
     
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    Samantha_77 responded:
    Mine takes formula only still, she will have 5oz bottles 3 times a day and 2 6oz bottles a day. If you try to feed her 6 straight thru the day she won't eat it at all.
     
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    amyswartwood responded:
    My 4 1/2 month old drinks 6 ozs every 3 hours during the day. He is also eating solids in the am and in the evening. Hope that helps.
     
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    sea_mgw2010 responded:
    my daughter who just reached 5 months old only drinks 4ozs at a time and has since she was 3 months old.. of course her doctor had me put cereal in her bottle at 2 months.. still to this date she will only eat 4 ozs. I have tried to go 6 ozs n 99.9% of the time it goes to waste..


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