How often do you feed newborn baby?

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Every 4 to 6 hours. They will eat normally 2 to 3 oz. of formula or beast milk if breast feeding. Some newborns eat every 2 to 4 hrs. Your baby will let you know also when he or she is hungry.Hope this helps. congratz on your new bundle of joy!! Its a wonderful thing. I have 3 of my own.
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