If you thought bottle feeding didn’t have as big of a learning curve as breastfeeding, you’re mistaken. Despite what you may think, giving your little one a bottle isn’t just as easy as propping a bottle in her mouth. According to experts, the majority of parents aren’t bottle feeding their babies correctly. Poor bottle-feeding habits can cause any number of problems for babies, including reflux, overfeeding, wheezing, fussiness, refusal to eat, and difficulty breathing while eating.
If your baby has exhibited any of the following signs while bottle feeding, it may be caused by poor feeding habits.
If you believe your baby may be having difficulty feeding from a bottle or is exhibiting any of the signs mentioned above, follow these helpful tips:
Keep in mind: the flow of a nipple can vary from brand to brand, so you may need to try a few before finding one that suits your baby.
Avoid propping a bottle for your baby. It’s not only dangerous, it can really stress her out and make feedings difficult. Also, don’t ever force your baby to take a bottle. Forcing your baby to take a bottle can result in overfeeding, which can make baby unhappy and unhealthy. Your baby knows when she’s had enough, so if she stops feeding, it’s probably because her tummy is full.
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