Parents who are formula feeding or bottle feeding should try to mimic the breastfeeding experience as closely as possible. While this may not always be feasible, it’s a good place to start. When bottle feeding, it’s best to do it sitting upright, not lying next to your child in bed or propping up a bottle while in a highchair. Propping up the bottle denies baby the emotional satisfaction of close time with you and can increase your child’s risk of choking. Also, babies should never be allowed to drift off to sleep with a bottle in their mouths—which is more likely with a propped bottle—as it can cause cavities when the milk sits in the mouth for prolonged periods of time.
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