The baby learns to associate this parental sign with voiding, and, eventually, the parental sign becomes an invitation to void. What are your concerns? I am a breastfeeding working mom of a month-old. Sho 24 Jun Reply. After the circumcision, your baby should have a wet diaper within 12 hours. Potty training after 18 months: Should you wait for signs of "toilet readiness?
This will include an eye exam, listening to your baby's heart and feeling pulses, checking hips, and paying attention to your baby's movements. A urination frequency of hours or more often is then normal. For another, children learning to walk may be too excited to sit still on a potty chair Brazelton and Sparrow He is peeing fine during the day. Does your child need to walk to use a potty? What are your concerns? What is normal for breastfed babies?
I am a breastfeeding working mom of a month-old. Updated December 1, According to many potty training guides American Academy of Pediatrics , most children are not ready to begin training until months. Has your baby been ill? When it come to hydration and diaper output, though, the main thing is that your 9-month-old produces four or five saturated diapers in a hour period. Provided a nipple shield is used properly, it should not cause supply problems. On the contrary, your baby is likely experiencing a growth spurt and your breasts are adjusting to the demand.
Could it be due to sweating he pees less? Older breastfed babies after the first weeks can go several days without a stool. Some babies have a wet diaper at every feeding. More importantly, passive waiting does nothing to help your child get ready. At 11 months, I would suspect that he is a bit too busy to explore the world to empty his bladder completely.