6 months old baby

Question: Hello all, my lo is 4 month old he is on both bf nd ff.My question is whenever he s having formula ,once he finishes it. He is crying by looking me and asking me to feed..if am not der he s happily playing wd others.. i don't know how to overcome ds..PS i used to burp him well after every feed.. he pee nd poop count s normal

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