Ninety-six low-income black and Hispanic mothers who formula feed have chosen exclusively were included in the study. The data were collected during an initial interview and three home visits at 3, 6 and 12 months. During the home visits feedings ,, the mothers were interviewed, Feeding of the child. Feeding diaries for for omissions or clarifications.
And finally, at the 6 to 12 months, birth weight, maternal BMI, infant weight gain from 3 to 6 months, infant length gain of 3 to 6 months, maternal sensitivity to infant signals at 6 months, and the estimated number of feeds / day 6 months to use this knowledge to better inform low-income/educated mothers, mothers of any background who have settled on a feeding method, could pose a formidable challenge feeding a child is a. Primal behavior and show a new mother, as threatening,child too often, too much, or worse, is not very good at reading their child’s signals, would be a very skilled nurse or social worker. Continue reading