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From Missouri Baptist Medical Center:
Whether you prefer to feed your baby by breast or bottle, offer breast milk or formula, well help you keep track of your babys feedings. Highlights:1. Create a customized feeding diary for your baby based on the type of feeding breastfeeding, bottle feeding and pumping:* If breastfeeding, select which breast (left or right) and the time of each nursing session. The app will remind you to check to hear your baby swallowing. * If bottle feeding, select breast milk or formula and record how many ounces your baby drinks at each feeding. * If pumping, you can record which breast and for how long. 2. Track how many dirty (wet and/or poopy) diapers your baby has and when, in our diaper changing log. 3. Log growth statistics to keep track of your babys weight and height. 4. Record any additional observations and/or questions about your babys feedings and growth. 5. Note times and dates for feeding sessions, diaper changes, growth stats and special notes. The notes are time stamped and recorded in your babys personal feeding diary, which can be shared (via email or text) with your lactation consultant, pediatrician and/or medical provider. 6. Use the app to send your family and friends a photo of your baby alongside his/her growth stats. 7. Find links to MoBaps support services, including the hospitals lactation services and lactation support group. Remember, this app does not replace the advice of your doctor or health provider. Always check with your doctor if you have questions or concerns about your childs feeding. We hope you find this app helpful, and wish you all the best as you begin navigating the journey of motherhood! If youre expecting, be sure to check out the MoBap Baby Delivery Planner app for valuable tools to support expectant moms through the final stages of pregnancy and the early stages of labor.