Re: HELP!!! DD no longer accepts EBM
If you're only apart for four hours, and she doesn't take much during that time, expect her to nurse more when you're back together later that day.
10-12oz per day actually sounds pretty normal for a breastfed baby while at daycare. :-)
Once she's back in daycare full time, she may decide that she's hungry enough for a bottle after a while. You can have the provider try offering her the bottle in different positions, or while holding an item of clothing that you've worn, or even trying different bottle nipples. She's a bit young for a sippy cup, but one without a valve might work in your situation, too.
If she's hungry enough, she'll eat, eventually.
It may take several days for her to fall back into a routine, since she got such a long vacation with you. Once she notices that things are in a routine (of sorts), she'll settle down. She won't let herself starve, even if it means that you find yourself spending all evening, every evening, nursing her.
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