• bottle size,  weight gain

    Different Bottle Sizes

    Bottles come in different sizes ranging from 2 oz or 60 ml, to 8 oz or 240 ml.  So, which size do you purchase? Newborns and young babies do not drink very much, so a small bottle can be used.  However, if you like the feel of a larger bottle in your hand, or these are the only bottles sizes you have, you can always put a small quantity of milk into a larger bottle. As your baby takes more milk per feeding, your baby will outgrow the smaller sized bottles.  This is the time to trade in your small bottles for larger ones. Some mothers worry about other people…