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    Poll:Breast feeding
    Maikochan posted:
    Hi girls. I am curious on BF mommies. How many months is your baby and how often are they breastfeeding??

    My son turns 11 months Friday(yikes) and he still obviously loves to bf cause he does it 7 times/day (or more if it was up to him!) I'm wondering if that's normal? He eats regular food too. My friend told me today that when her kids were 11 months they were only bf'ing once in the am and once in the pm....

    seeit2 responded:
    There's no right or wrong number, as long as baby is growing well then I think what works for you is what is best. My DS is 11 months and nurses 4-5 times per day. (Morning, night time, before naps). He also eats three meals of solids and will have snacks in between some days as well.

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