Gripe water seems to help lots for the gas and fussyness! I highly recommend it for those who haven't tried it yet :)
Quoting sooz the formula guru:
Lauren has good ideas there. You can also do what I did when I nannied for a baby that was on pre-mixed. Heat a container of water to boiling (I used a glass measuring container, like the pyrex ones), then drop the bottle in for a couple minutes. Works like a charm.
And you can give a baby cold formula, but most of them don't like it, and I have heard it can upset their stomach, but I don't know if that is true as we just use room temp.
My son actually PREFERRED cold formula, which the pedi explained was better since not heating it avoided extra bacteria growth. Plus, it made a great solution for teething, as he liked the cold on his gums. :)
Im not sure what to do...My son will eat his bottles just fine at night when he wakes up..but during the day he eats like 4 oz and no baby food. I try my hardest to get him to eat his baby food but he turns away from it..past couple days he just doesnt want to eat...i need help..what do i do?? I know that he should be fine because he is eating his bottle deff at night but i want him to eat more like he use to.
Quoting Gretchen Weiners:
Ask all of your formula and/or bottle feeding questions here! :D
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gerber is a good formula, start them out with 4 oz and work your way up nd the best bottles to use are the dr. brown bottles
Mackenzie is on Similac Advance and has been since I stopped producing milk about a month and a half after she was born.
I'm all about organic, so at one point we did try Similac Organic formula but right after we started it she got extremely fussy and seemed to spit up a lot more. We obviously stopped since the only thing we could chalk it up to was the formula. I wonder if it was upsetting her stomach though why it would and the regular wouldn't?
I just had my son on the 3rd. A family friend told me he should be eating up to 3 oz every feeding, but when pull the bottle away it seems like he is still hungry, but when I give him anymore he spits up. How can I tell when he's full?