Quoting Jennybananna:" Have you tried almond milk, coconut milk, soy, or goats? With my youngest she went from bm/formula to ... [snip!] ... if that ups the table foods. If he still isnt eating I would talk to his doctor and see if maybe something else is going on."
Quoting Kaleighshaleigh:" I don't cosleep, but my son 10 months takes a bottle around 11pm and is then good until around 6am and ... [snip!] ... down until 9am. I give him an 8 oz. bottle with 2 tablespoons of baby rice mixed in that seems to keep him full all night."You know you aren't supposed to put cereal in the bottle its a choking hazard (among many other issues) plus its a myth that it helps them sleep longer.
Quoting Take me as I am:" Ok, thanks. My oldest had to go to soy and when he was 3 he was able to go to 2% milk. I'll try cutting at night to see where we land"Yep. I really think its the quantity of milk/formula that causing the issues. With the numbers you posted thats almost 50oz of milk a day. Just slowly cut back and hopefully that helps.
Quoting Jennybananna:" You know you aren't supposed to put cereal in the bottle its a choking hazard (among many other issues) plus its a myth that it helps them sleep longer."
I did this for a couple of months with my current son and with my two older children as well and never had a problem with any of them choking, and I don't believe it is a myth considering my youngest was getting up 4 times a night until I started putting the rice in his bottles. Now he's older and eating more solid foods so it is no longer necessary. But it certainly worked.
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Quoting applelove:" It actuly can make sleep harder for them and cause a lot of gas and other issues, but probably not so much at 15 months. Mostly just the choking issue at that age"