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BFBN Week: Babywise Isn’t Imposing a Schedule, It’s Learning the Ideal Schedule

Day two of BFBN week!  Yesterday we learned a lot of the basic myths about babywise.  Today Katrina from Mama’s Organized Chaos is talking about how babywise isn’t forcing a schedule, it is figuring out what works best for your baby.

Text: BFBN Babywise Myth Busters Failure to Thrive Hyper-scheduling mama'sorganizedchaos. 3 pictures clockwise from left: baby sleeping in crib, laptop and paper for notes, babywise book

Katrina writes, “I had been researching how often I should expect to feed my baby throughout the day and night. I am one of those Type A people that love to be as prepared as possible for things. While I knew I couldn’t possibly know anything exact, I wanted a ballpark number to keep in mind- a goal. When I saw the idea of scheduled feedings, I was fascinated. I know that I personally thrive on schedules and knowing what is expected of me, and that my students also did the same, when I was teaching high school. I had a feeling that babies would also love the idea, and I really wanted to give it a shot.”

Check out the rest of her post!

Babywise isn’t imposing a schedule; it is learning the ideal schedule.

Here is the rest of the schedule for the week.  Be sure to check back to read more!

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