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There are many elements to responsive parenting but one of the central aspects within this relationship is biochemistry and biophysics reports importance of responsive feeding. Feeding when they are hungry and being able to stop when they are full helps them to retain this ability4.

Others may worry about whether babies need to learn to feed less frequently in a set pattern. As with everything, how often a baby naturally wants to feed will vary amongst individuals. Notably, babies calorie needs do not change vastly after the first few weeks, but they become able to take bigger feeds.

Studies that have tracked this longitudinally biochemistry and biophysics reports that many babies do start to feed less often but then start feeding again more frequently (akin to a newborn) around 4 months of age, before dropping down again.



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