There are many positive aspects of bottle feeding a child, for example a baby that is bottle fed needs to be fed less frequently, the baby stays full longer and the milk slowly digest this extends the time between feedings at an earlier stage (Advantages of Bottle feeding , 2011). When a baby is bottle fed they know how much the baby is receiving because the adult can keep track of the ounces, because when a baby is bottle fed the bottle counting measures are in ounces. With bottle feeding the mother is not the only individual that can fed the child, anyone can feed them (Advantages of Bottle feeding , 2011) at this point. The individual that is feeding the child will only be there to hold up the bottle to prevent the baby from choking if no one is watching. Bottle feeding can be done at anytime and anyplace without embarrassment or snotty looks from other individuals. There would be no reason to find a secluded area or cover up. You just pop out a bottle and give it to the baby and that is all there is no hard work. When bottle feeding there is no choice of clothing that an individual cannot where, because the hassle of breastfeeding is not there. We believe that bottle feeding also makes room for fathers to lend a helping hand and contribute to the baby as well. Not only fathers can work on their bond with their child but siblings as well. family members can feel left out of this special bonding time. Bottle feeding your baby will allow the father, siblings, grandparents and other family members a chance to feed and bond with the baby. Many times siblings will have increased closeness and better long term relationships with their little brother or sister because of this bonding time. Fathers and grandparents also enjoy this time and feel more a part of the care giving of the infant. Long term relationships of the father and grandparents can also improve when they're included in this process.
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