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Offline McPhee242

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1 month old naturally on 4-Hour E.A.S.Y Routine
« on: February 28, 2017, 03:19:25 am »
Hi,

My baby girl is only a month old and so we haven't started impending any sort of routine yet, but have noticed that she seems to be following the 4-Hour E.A.S.Y Routine.

I realise that this might just be temporary, but if not, is there any reason to try to change her to the 3-Hour routine and then back to 4-Hour at 4 months? Or should we just try to keep things as they already are?

Any help appreciated :)

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Re: 1 month old naturally on 4-Hour E.A.S.Y Routine
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2017, 06:59:53 am »
If she's happy, gaining appropriate amounts of weight and sleeping well, I'd leave well enough alone :)

She may well 'wake up' soon and once more active, may need a 3hr routine but if its working, no need to fix it (provided your supply is ok if you're BFing).

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Re: 1 month old naturally on 4-Hour E.A.S.Y Routine
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2017, 14:37:08 pm »
Hello, welcome to BW forums :)

I think bec has already answered your question.  Some new borns who need to stay in hospital for a while are put on 4hrly feeds so I doubt it is a problem, but as bec said she may prefer a 3hr routine when she's more awake and active.


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Re: 1 month old naturally on 4-Hour E.A.S.Y Routine
« Reply #3 on: February 28, 2017, 22:01:22 pm »
Thanks guys. That's pretty much what I was thinking :)