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  • Writer's pictureJennie Meyer

Bottlefeeding a Breastfed Baby

Once baby is breastfeeding well, many families want to introduce a bottle. A great time is between 3 weeks to 6 weeks of age, and can be a small amount once a day or a few times a week, just for practice! Baby should sit upright and be paced fed, and ideally use a bottle nipple like pictured above to best mimic and go back and forth seamlessly between breast and bottle!

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