Tips for Preparing a Baby Feeding Checklist

Submitted by Pregnancy and Baby Care team on January 16, 2012

Feeding your new born baby can be an exciting and new experience but after a while it can also become a little tiring. Babies generally need to be fed every 3 to 4 hours and a baby feeding schedule will be a very useful tool. A baby feeding schedule allows both you and your child to get used to a certain routine which will help your baby to feed and sleep at regular timings. Many doctors believe that this will actually promote growth and development. You should also have a baby feeding checklist as this will help you to organize your needs and requirements and allow you to follow your schedule easily. You can pin your baby feeding...


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