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How many ounces of formula and baby food should my 9 month old eat?

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Dr. Clarene Cress
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In brief: Infant intake varies

but most 9 month old infants will drink between 28 and 35 oz of formula, using some of that to mix with dry cereal, in addition to 2-3 meals a day.
Meals may be between 4-8 oz or so a serving and consist of cereal and fruit, veggie and meat dinners, and cereal and vegetables. Most babies at this age are also starting some finger foods in small quantities. Let your babyh's appetite be a guide.

In brief: Infant intake varies

but most 9 month old infants will drink between 28 and 35 oz of formula, using some of that to mix with dry cereal, in addition to 2-3 meals a day.
Meals may be between 4-8 oz or so a serving and consist of cereal and fruit, veggie and meat dinners, and cereal and vegetables. Most babies at this age are also starting some finger foods in small quantities. Let your babyh's appetite be a guide.
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