Baby Led Feeding Practices Post-Test
Please fill out this test AFTER you have attended the Baby Led Feeding Practices Online Workshop.
Place of Employment/Child Care Center
Are you continuing on to become a Certified Breastfeeding Supportive Caregiving Expert?
Who will this training benefit?
Formula Fed Babies
What percentage of working mothers will quit breastfeeding within 1 month of returning to work?
How would you compare breastmilk and formula?
They are pretty close, but breastmilk has a few extra beneftis.
Formula is more beneficial than breastmilk.
Formula and breastmilk are exactly the same.
Formula and breastmilk are very different.
The method used to feed a baby a bottle will affect their health short and long term.
Breastmilk is the normal food for infants, and feeding infant formula actually increases health risks for babies.
Infant caregivers do not play a role in the relationship of a breastfeeding mother and her baby.
A baby can gain a preference for bottle feeding and reject the breast.
How much milk does a six week old baby, weighing at least 10lbs drink in 24 hours?
Babies under 1 year old should increase the amount of milk they are drinking until they are drinking 6-8oz bottles at each feeding.
Which food represents the approximate size of an infant’s stomach when it reaches maximum capacity around 6-8 weeks?
How many days can freshly expressed breastmilk last in a refrigerator?
Up to 3 days
Up to 5 days
Up to 8 days
Up to 10 days
It is best to warm breastmilk in a microwave.
You should never shake breastmilk, but swirl it instead to stir in separated fat.
Which of these factors listed are benefits of paced bottle feeding?
Baby will have control of the flow of milk
Baby will regulate how much they drink
The milk flow will mimic the flow of milk at the breast
Will help prevent over eating and obesity.
None of these.
Which of these hunger cues will baby use last after early hunger cues are ignored?
Faced Paced Breathing
Sucking on Hands
Which of the descriptions below describes Baby Led Weaning?
Baby is introduced to solids by being fed pureed foods by a caregiver with a spoon.
Baby is introduced to solids by being fed chunks of soft foods by a caregiver with a fork.
Baby has decided to stop drinking breastmilk and only eat food.
Baby is introduced to solids by feeding themselves with foods given to them on their own plate or tray.
Which of these is NOT a sign of readiness for introducing solid foods?
Baby is at least six months.
Baby can sit up by themselves.
Baby is showing interest in eating.
Baby has lost the tongue thrust reflex.
Baby Led Feeding Practices means using paced bottle feeding, following baby’s lead and watching for hunger and satiety cues, tracking how much a baby is eating, and having open communication about feeding with the mother.
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