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Breastfeeding Consumption – Day 1

Breastfeeding Facts Early Feeding first 24 hours
Breastfeeding Facts Early Feeding First 24 Hours
Breastfeeding Facts – Early Feeding The First 24 Hours

Quick Fact For our new moms

On average, your baby will consume about a teaspoon of colostrum per feeding in the first 24 hours, which is ideal for his or her tiny stomach.

In fact, your baby’s stomach is only about the size of a cherry on day one and holds just 5 – 7 mL or 1 – 1 ½ teaspoons of breast milk during each feeding!

So New Moms – Don’t stress over big feeds, your tiny feeds will be enough 😊🤱🍼

Originally posted 2021-03-25 14:42:36.

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Written by Claire

Claire is our Community Manager here at New Moms Forum. A mom of two (almost grown-up babies), Claire has been building and operating community-based websites for almost 20 years. In her downtime, Claire enjoys spending time with her family and drinking copious amounts of red wine!

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