The Quick 5-step Guide to weaning a baby from night feeding

Introduction: Why do babies need a night feed?

Babies need to be fed at night because they are not able to store milk in their stomachs like adults can. They also need the extra calories and fluids that come from breast milk or formula. Breastfeeding mothers may also need to feed their babies at night because they are not able to pump enough milk for them during the day.

The primary reason that babies need a night feed is because they are unable to store milk in their stomachs like adults can. They also need the extra calories and fluids that come from breast milk or formula. Breastfeeding mothers may also need to feed their babies at night because they are not able to pump enough milk for them during the day.

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5 Steps for weaning a baby from night feeding

1. The first step is to help the baby learn to fall asleep independently by putting him down when he is drowsy but still awake.

2. The second step is to make sure that the baby has a good daytime schedule and a bedtime routine.

3. The third step is to teach the baby how to self-soothe by rocking or singing, holding, or feeding him until he falls asleep on his own.

4. The fourth step is to gradually lengthen the time between feedings at night, starting with 10 minutes and then increasing it by 5 minutes each night until you reach an hour between feedings by week's end.

5. The fifth and final step is for mom or dad to gradually reduce night time feedings. Gradually, over the course of a few weeks, parents should stop feeding their baby at night. This way the child will learn to self-soothe and sleep through the night.