Why Won't My Baby Eat?
An infant bottle-feeding aversion is one of the most complex, stressful, and confusing situations parents could face.
Your baby becomes distressed/ cries at feeding times and refuses a bottle or drinks very little, despite obvious hunger. Others may only willingly take a bottle while drowsy or asleep.
In Your Baby’s Bottle-feeding Aversion, Rowena Bennett describes the various reasons babies display aversive feeding behavior, explains how parents can identify the cause, not only provides bottle refusal tips, but describes effective well structured solution. Learn step-by-step instructions on how to resolve a behavioral feeding aversion that occurs as a result of being repeatedly pressured to feed - the most common of all reasons for babies to become averse to feeding. Your Baby’s Bottle-feeding Aversion provides practical professional feeding advice that not only makes good sense, it works!
Rowena Bennett is an Australian nurse who holds professional qualifications in various nursing fields including pediatrics, midwifery, child health, mental health and lactation consultant. She has over 20 years experience advising parents how to resolve infant feeding and sleeping problems. Rowena has helped 1000's of babies get over their aversion to bottle-feeding and enjoy feeding once again. Parents claim the relief is life changing.
'This book changed our lives! The book gave us the framework to help our son get over his aversion. It taught us to TRUST our baby to eat as much as they need/want, and in turn, baby started to trust us never to pressure him again'.
Does your baby refuse a bottle or refuses breastfeeding? You’re wondering why your baby won't take a bottle. Feeding a baby should be an enjoyable experience for all involved, however when baby repeatedly refuses to feed despite being hungry this makes feeding a frustrating and stressful experience for all involved. Identifying the cause of why your baby is rejecting feeds is essential to the solution.
Bottle Feeding Problems - Why Your Baby Squirms, Appears Uncomfortable During Feeds, Fusses, Cries Or Refuses A Bottle
Is your baby rejecting/ refusing a bottle? When your baby squirms, appears uncomfortable during feed, fusses, cries or refuses to eat, it can be challenge to figure out the cause. The timing and type of behavior she exhibits provides vital clues. This article discusses potential reasons for why your baby won't take a bottle.
Your baby has a feeding tube, which was placed as a temporary measure. But it now looks like staying for the long term, because while he’s ready to feed orally, he refuses to. Read on to learn why some babies experience difficulty weaning from tube feedings and why it's important to have a tube weaning plan.
Needing something a little bit more?
Rowena Bennett's Online Bottle-Feeding Aversion Program
Enjoy additional tools to manage anxiety, troubleshoot any issues, introduce new carers, how to manage illness/teething and much more.
- Module 1: Understanding feeding aversions FREE
- Module 2: Identify the cause
- Module 3: Prepare for success
- Module 4: How to resolve your baby's bottle-feeding aversion
- Module 5: What to expect
- Module 6: Troubleshooting
- BONUS: Real-life video examples
- BONUS: Day care guides
- BONUS: Meditation/ mindfulness tracks