Breastfed Baby Schedule: 4-6 Months
As your baby starts to get older, you hopefully will see eating and sleeping patterns developing that make it easier for you to follow a breastfeeding schedule and a baby sleep routine. Keep watching for more on how to get baby to sleep and eat on a schedule!
Baby Feeding Schedule
When your child is between 4 and 6 months old, you’ll want to be feeding them approximately 5 times a day. If you’ve done the math, you’ll realize that you will be breastfeeding ever 4 hours. In this video, I’ve come up with a handy breastfeeding schedule starting at 7am so you can schedule your day accordingly! If you’re lucky, your baby will be fine sleeping after this last feeding at 11pm and won’t wake up again until the next feeding at 7 in the morning! I’ve also drawn up a breastfed baby schedule for both feedings and naps so you can plan your whole day, so keep watching my video for that!
Hopefully, with these consistent feedings and naps, you’ll find that your baby is able to sleep longer at night with a nice full tummy! Let me know if this schedule has worked for you and your infant!