Some people say yes -- that babies swallow more air with a bottle or that they’re colicky because the baby formula is harder to digest. But really...
Newborns tend to take about one to two ounces per bottle feeding, typically maxing out at six to eight ounces per bottle at six to eight months.
The pendulum has swung back and forth a lot on when to start solids. We now know that 4 to 6 months seems to be the best time -- when the baby’s...