every baby is unique but one thing thats pretty consistent is that breastfed babies eat more frequently than bottle-fed ones. grown ups 1 movie clip - breast feeding (2010) hd - duration 106. Attaching your baby at the breast breastfeeding series - duration 1027. Its best to try and feed your baby during these early feeding cues as a crying baby is difficult to feed. Around 2 to 4 days after birth you may notice that your breasts become fuller. Bottle-fed infants more often regurgitate some quantity of a feed, or get a less than perfect balance of fore and hind milk than they might if feeding directly from the breast. If a substance other than breastmilk is used, the increased metabolic workload for the baby, lower digestibility of nutrients and increased waste substantially dilute. Breastfeeding lowers your babys risk of having asthma or allergies. Plus, babies who are breastfed exclusively for the first 6 months, without any formula, have fewer ear infections , respiratory. your baby needs time to get used to new sensations, so stick with the same nipple, bottle, and feeding technique for a while before trying something new. Constantly changing the feeding position or switching out new nipples may just end up confusing (and frustrating) him. While breastfed babies may have relatively fewer infections, the vast majority of infants wont get a serious infection in the first months whether breast- or bottle fed. Do not worry if your baby does not feed for long to begin with. See tips on how to get your baby properly positioned and attached. Choose times when your baby is relaxed, alert and not too hungry, and do not force your baby to stay at the breast. Your baby will gradually be able to drink more breast milk at each feeding. Over the first few weeks and months, the time between feedings will start to get longer on average about every 2 to 4 hours for most exclusively breastfed alert icon babies.