Re: Breastmilk quantity in a bottle
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The bottles that you're offering are very large. (Non-metric mamas, we're talking 7-8 oz bottles.) Whether or not it's a problem for a baby to get that much milk in a bottle depends on a few things. First, how many times a day does baby nurse? Second, is she at daycare? Third, are you having any problem providing such large bottles?
Basically, it is not a health problem for a baby to consume very large bottles, especially when that baby is almost a year old. But if consuming large bottles leads to less frequent nursing, or is causing you to have difficulty supplying such large bottles for daycare, then it may be a good idea to reduce the amount of milk in the bottles, offering smaller amounts more frequently.
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