Quoting Jennybananna:" Just start with 4oz and see what she does. My 11 month old weaned at 11 months and still will only eat a 4oz bottle. There is no magic number as long as she growing."
Quoting TantricLemons:" You know you don't have to wean her because you are pregnant right? (not judging if you want to, just ... [snip!] ... actually might be more of a gently weaning if you let your supply do it and start supplementing. That way no one has to be sad."
Quoting Baking Bun #3:" I understand. I want to wean as much as I dont, if that makes sense.. she's been acting like she's starving ... [snip!] ... as long or as often. I nursed her on both sides and she still took cereal and 2 oz of formula. I just dont think there's enough"
Quoting Baking Bun #3:" I mean as a general guideline in 24 hours"Its supposed to be 2.5oz per pound of weight in a 24 hour period. Obviously it varies but thats the average I guess you could call it.
Quoting TantricLemons:" Can you possibly feed her formula and nurse her after? So that way she is satisfied and just getting ... [snip!] ... she will just be doing it for a short bit. It might make it emotionally easier on you. I totally understand the mixed feelings."
Quoting Jennybananna:" Its supposed to be 2.5oz per pound of weight in a 24 hour period. Obviously it varies but thats the average I guess you could call it. "
Quoting Baking Bun #3:" Im thinking of just nursing her when my breasts feel full, which they haven't in some time.. until ... [snip!] ... We've had an ongoing thrush problem that im also looking forward to finally clearing up, as we keep passing it back and forth"Honestly my breasts never feel full, I have a 3m old. I tandem nurse and still donate 11oz a day via pumping and the still never feel full.