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At what age can a baby stop being fed at night?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: As soon as they will

If you are able to get in enough quality feedings during the day & train baby to feed as they arise rather than when tired, they can do a 11p to 7a resting period as soon as 6-8 wks (sooner in some) the stomach is simply a loading area for infants & they have enough food in their intestines to make it thru the night if you allow them. To grow well & sleep well the day feeds must be adequate.

In brief: As soon as they will

If you are able to get in enough quality feedings during the day & train baby to feed as they arise rather than when tired, they can do a 11p to 7a resting period as soon as 6-8 wks (sooner in some) the stomach is simply a loading area for infants & they have enough food in their intestines to make it thru the night if you allow them. To grow well & sleep well the day feeds must be adequate.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Irwin Berkowitz
Pediatrics

In brief: 6 months

By six months of age a healthy baby should be big enough to sleep throught he night without requiring a feed.

In brief: 6 months

By six months of age a healthy baby should be big enough to sleep throught he night without requiring a feed.
Dr. Irwin Berkowitz
Dr. Irwin Berkowitz
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