# Frequent question: How many bottles should a 9 month old have?

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Even though your child is eating solid foods at least three times per day, your child will still need to eat 24 to 32 ounces of breast milk or formula each day. That usually translates to about approximately four six-to-eight ounce bottles of formula or breast milk each day.

## How much formula should a 9-month-old drink?

Because the typical 9-month-old weighs at least 2 1/2 times her birth weight, she should consume about 20 ounces of formula daily, assuming she weighed 8 pounds at birth.

## How often should I feed my 9-month-old baby?

Babies should eat at least five to six times per day to meet their nutritional requirements. As they begin to eat more solid foods, the amount of formula or breast milk needed will likely decrease in frequency and amount.

## Do babies drink less milk at 9 months?

You may find that once you introduce solid foods into your little one’s diet, they naturally drink less milk. However, they should still be getting between 16-20 ounces of milk per day up to 9 months reducing to around 12 ounces from 12 months onwards.

## Is it OK for a 9 month old to drink whole milk?

When your baby is 9 to 12 months old and eating a variety of iron-rich foods, he or she can start to drink pasteurized whole-fat cow’s milk. Limit cow’s milk to no more than 3 cups (750 mL) per day for children 9 to 24 months old.

## How much water should a 9 month old drink?

A 6-12 month old baby needs two to eight ounces of water per day on top of the water they get from breast milk/formula. Taking sips from their cups throughout the day will usually get them the water they need.

## What time should a 9 month old go to bed?

Bedtime for a 9 month old

A typical bedtime at this age is 12 – 13 hours after waking in the morning. For example, if your baby wakes around 7:00 AM, then you’ll want to target a 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM bedtime.

## How much should 9 month old weigh?

Baby weight chart by age

Baby age Female 50th percentile weight Male 50th percentile weight
8 months 17 lb 8 oz (7.9 kg) 18 lb 15 oz (8.6 kg)
9 months 18 lb 2 oz (8.2 kg) 19 lb 10 oz (8.9 kg)
10 months 18 lb 11 oz (8.5 kg) 20 lb 3 oz (9.2 kg)
11 months 19 lb 4 oz (8.7 kg) 20 lb 12 oz (9.4 kg)

## How much milk should a 9-month-old drink a day?

Bottle feeding: How many ounces should a 9-month-old drink? It should total about 24 to 32 ounces in a 24-hour period. In other words, if baby has a bottle or sippy cup six times per day, they should each have about four to six ounces of formula in them.

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## When should I drop a bottle before bed?

You can start weaning your baby off his bedtime bottle between the ages of 6 and 9 months. “Six months is when many babies stop needing that before-bed feeding.

## When should babies drop bottles?

Once your baby is enjoying three meals a day, he’ll probably be ready to drop a milk feed. This is usually around seven to nine months, although it varies from child to child. Mums tend to drop the midday feed first, as it’s easily replaced by lunch.

## Can I stop formula at 10 months?

In general, experts recommend weaning your baby off of formula and onto full fat dairy milk at around 12 months of age.

## Can a 9 month old have yogurt?

6 to 9 months old: Offer full-fat (whole milk), pasteurized, plain yogurt. Greek yogurt is perfect for this age and will be easiest for babies to self-feed. Let baby scoop up the yogurt with their hands and/or eat from a pre-loaded spoon (passing the spoon in the air will make it easier for baby to grab).

## When can I stop warming my baby’s bottle?

Stop warming the bottle early on (by 6-7 months)! Serve it at room temp, and within a few weeks even refrigerator temp is fine.