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For the first few weeks, if you feed the child once before bed and then early in the morning, the child will be fed sufficient. A child can stay hungry for those 4 or 5 hours of night. If the child’s weight increases 20 to 25 grams per day and he urinates 5 to 7 times or more, it is understandable that the child isn’t hungry and his stomach is being filled properly. After a few weeks, it's okay to let your baby sleep for longer periods of time in the night. Setting a definite eat sleep pattern can help babies stay healthy. Gradually babies can get disciplined automatically through their internal body clock and daily metabolism.



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