Establishing a Routine with Baby

When baby is new, feeding time will drive the routine and, on many days, it won't feel routine at all.  Newborns should be fed every 2-3 hours - often even more frequently than that - and around the clock. As baby gets older, their stomach gets bigger, they'll be able to sleep for longer stretches of time, and the time between feedings will lengthen. By the time baby is six months old, you will have a sense of what their natural routine is and, if you want, you can begin to implement a more structured schedule at home.

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