During your baby’s first 3 months, breast milk or formula will provide all the nutrition needed.
But as your infant develops physically and mentally, the feeding process will evolve. In general, babies move toward consuming more milk during each feeding, so won’t need to feed as often and will sleep longer at night.
But there will be times during the next year â€” and, especially, in the first 3 months â€” when a growth spurt increases your baby’s appetite. Continue to feed on demand and increase the number of feedings as needed. Continue reading