Your baby is good at cues now and can show you better when she is happy, sad, tired or hungry.
Your baby has probably settled into a nursing pattern. These vary from baby to baby.
Continue to watch your baby and not the clock. Length of feedings vary from time of day and baby to baby.
Your baby will sleep 15-16 hours in a 24 hour period with no set pattern and continue to need to eat about every 3 hours.
Growth slows down after month 4 to about 3-5 ounces per week. Periods of rapid growth can cause your baby to nurse more for a few days.
Wait to begin complimentary foods until your baby is 6 months old. Breastmilk continues to be the best food for your baby. Waiting to introduce other foods will protect your baby from illnesses and allergies.