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Paced bottle feeding is the practice of slowing down a baby’s bottle-feeding to better mimic breastfeeding patterns. This method of feeding teaches babies to better self-regulate taking in breastmilk or formula from a bottle so they know when they are full and don’t overeat. Paced bottle feeding: It mimics breastfeeding and prevents free-flow of milk, giving more control to the baby. The technique is ideal for all infants including the breastfed ones, who occasionally have to drink from a bottle.

Bottle-feedings are traditionally easier for the baby and can sometimes affect a baby’s latching ability — one of the most important aspects of breast-feeding. One approach to reducing the risk for. Also called “responsive bottle feeding” or “baby-led bottle feeding,” paced bottle feeding is a way of mimicking breastfeeding.

The basic idea behind paced bottle feeding is that you control the pace that milk comes out of the bottle (as opposed to letting the baby gulp down milk as it comes out of the bottle). Keeping your bottle feeding supplies clean is very important to keep germs from getting into the milk or infant formula you feed your baby. This includes the bottles and nipples, rings, caps, and any valves or membranes that are part of the bottle.

Learn more about how to clean your baby’s bottles and other feeding supplies. Using paced bottle feedings. While her hospital team did not push bottle feeding, Kim knew it was an option. Although there are potential drawback.

What is paced feeding? Paced (or responsive, or cue-based) feeding means feeding your baby in a way that gives him more control. It respects your baby’s hunger and fullness cues, and mimics the flow of breastfeeding. Use a wide-based, slow-flow nipple.

Keep the bottle horizontal, so the milk or formula flows as your baby sucks on the nipple. Paced bottle feeding is a method that is designed to mimic the flow of milk from the breast. Whether you’re exclusively expressing, combining breast and bottle feeding, or formula feeding. Paced Bottle Feeding is a method of bottle feeding that allows the infant to be more in control of the feeding pace.

This feeding method slows down the flow of milk into the nipple and the mouth, allowing the baby to eat more slowly, and take breaks. Paced feeding reduces the risk of overfeeding that may result in discomfort to the baby. How to Give a Bottle the Baby-Led Way: Paced Bottle Feeding. 8 September, 2020 LactApp Comments 0 Comment.

When we think of giving our baby milk other than breastfeeding, the first thing that comes to our mind is a bottle. But the bottle as a method of feeding and it’s content, in the case of artificial formula, can interfere with your.

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Proper positioning makes bottle feeding easier and more enjoyable for both mother and newborn.

“Maternity and Pediatric Nursing” by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
from Maternity and Pediatric Nursing
by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

bottle-feed, and all the advantages and disadvantages of breastand bottle-feeding.

“Handbook of Interview Research: Context and Method” by Professor of Sociology and Chair Jaber F Gubrium, Jaber F. Gubrium, James A. Holstein, Sage Publications, inc, Professor James A Holstein
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by Professor of Sociology and Chair Jaber F Gubrium, Jaber F. Gubrium, et. al.
SAGE Publications, 2002

The advantages to bottle-feeding a calflie in greatly simplified management later on.

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by Joann S. Grohman
Chelsea Green Publishing, 2013

Early feeding (provided that the infant is medically stable) reduces the incidence of complicating factors such as hypoglycemia and dehydration and reduces the degree of hyperbilirubinemia.

“Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book” by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
from Wong’s Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book
by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

They may give fewer feeding cues, as they are less responsive to parents and neonatal nurses/midwives attending the feed due to easy tiring and exhaustion.

“Neonatal Nursing in Australia and New Zealand: Principles for Practice” by Victoria Kain, Trudi Mannix
from Neonatal Nursing in Australia and New Zealand: Principles for Practice
by Victoria Kain, Trudi Mannix
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Paced feeding slows bottle feeding to better mimic what the baby would do at the breast.

“Counseling the Nursing Mother” by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
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by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
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Infants who engage in NNS during tube feeding experience less time in fussy and awake states, quicker settling after feedings, fewer defensive behaviors during tube feeding, and a significantly decreased hospital stay.

“Occupational Therapy for Children and Adolescents E-Book” by Jane Case-Smith, Jane Clifford O'Brien
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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2014

Paced bottle feeding works well for infants who are primarily breastfeeding but are occasionally fed from a bottle.

“Maternity and Women's Health Care E-Book” by Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Shannon E. Perry, Mary Catherine Cashion, Kathryn Rhodes Alden
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by Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Shannon E. Perry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2014

This is known as ‘paced bottle feeding’, and includes paying attention to your baby’s feeding cues and feeding them in a more upright position with frequent pauses, to help prevent over-feeding.

“The Positive Birth Book: A new approach to pregnancy, birth and the early weeks” by Milli Hill
from The Positive Birth Book: A new approach to pregnancy, birth and the early weeks
by Milli Hill
Pinter & Martin Ltd, 2017

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“What to Expect When You're Expecting 4th Edition” by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
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  • Please do video on getting stubborn baby to take a bottle! I tried everything with my daughter and it never happened. I’d love to know your tricks. Thanks and love your vids! ��

  • Thank you so much for all the videos! They’re super helpful! I have a DESPERATE video request: Can you please do one about keeping a balance between natural birthing and necessary medical interventions? I am interested in trying to have an unmedicated, natural labor, but the resources that I found for that have been in general very against all interventions it seems like. Whereas other things I have read seem to be on the opposite side of the spectrum saying that there are no circumstances where an intervention recommended by your doctor might actually be unnecessary. I for sure want to keep me and baby safe during the whole experience, but if I can avoid pitocin, forceps, vacuum extraction, episiotomy, c-section, etc, I definitely want that too. I just am worried about being pressured into something for the doctor’s convenience that I don’t actually need for me and my baby’s safety. TIA!

  • Wow thank you so much for this information! I wish I watched this before my son was born. He’s formula-fed now and is having issues with reflux. I had no idea this was paced bottle feeding but I’ll start feeding him like this from now on. I’m going to make my husband and my baby’s grandparents watch this video too! Thanks again!

  • So I have a couple of questions. I’ve heard you say in a couple videos that you are exclusively pumping. I’d love to know the story there, as so am I, but not by choice. I’d rather breastfeed. My baby girl had oral ties that did not get identified or corrected until about 7 weeks of age. And trying to teach an infant that never took the breast to do so now is proving very difficult for me. So my questions are: are you planning to go back to breast and if so how? And: from the standpoint of baby neurologic development, might there be an age at which they are more receptive to learning a new feeding skill, i.e. feeding from the breast?

  • Hii! Great video thank you. Like you mentioned, could you please also put up a video on strategies to get babies to take a bottle that have been exclusively breastfed who are refusing a bottle. ���� thank you!!

  • What if baby does not stop feeding when the nipple is empty will baby get too much air? My little one never (ever!) stops sucking.

  • Omg please do a video on getting a baby to take a bottle. My baby is 10 weeks and is EBF. She absolutely refuses the bottle and pacis. We’ve tried the list of 20 things our lactation consultants through our insurance say. She refuses!

  • Thank you so much! I knew how to do this but I didn’t know how to explain it to my family members whom care for my breastfed baby when I’m at work.

  • Thank you for this! 2 month old who’s getting frustrated at breast after a weekend of bottle feeds. I’ve been feeling very discouraged this has been so informative

  • No kidding the best option. Do you really think you have an option? I was bottle fed and it gave me two things:crohn’s disease and a brain tumour. Humans are vegan. Wish my mother new! Now stuck in a wheelchair and can no longer work. What a price to pay for ignorance. Boy have I worked to rebuild this connection between nipples and the eyes for food. A terrible thing to weekend and loose. No fun in being flat chested. No food for the children. And a painfull birth, getting a cesarien. Woah! Child is too big and trying to make a connection with pain? Yikes! You use to have boy/ girl twins, share breastfeedind and get boy girl twins at 7 months.Before they become too big. No sense in continuing these cesarien sections and cutting the brestfeeding. You get sick!

  • We met with a feeding specialist yesterday who showed us how to pace bottle feed since our 2 week old is having latch/reflux issues. I’m going to try the positioning you showed and see if that helps!

  • I been doing how u say, still my three weeks seems try sucking so fast.. and then chocking! Felt so bad. Seems like its too much for hr to swallow. Where as my bottle is size one

  • lol a flow preference?! Give me a fucking break. Of course most babies prefer bottles. Why should they have to work hard to get their food? You lactivists are the most backward morons I have ever encountered. Bottle fed babies turn out just as well as exclusively breastfed babies. There is literally NO discernible difference. Can you pick out the bottle fed kids on a playground? Nope.

  • Is this something that would also be beneficial or necessary for exclusively bottle/formula fed babies? Or is this more for babies who are accustomed to breastfeeding?

  • Wow! I never knew! I’m an auntie and helping to feed my baby nephew a bottle I just assumed the heavy flow position… thankful to learn about this ��

  • Thank you for the information. I have a three week old almost a month old and this video has given me the information I need to pace feed my daughter

  • Thank you so much for the video!! I’m seriously so glad I watched this I didn’t know any of this! I’m expecting in May and your videos have been so helpful.