When you say "early in the morning", what do you mean? Is she waking up earlier than 6 A.M.? And, is she staying awake or going back to sleep? With my first daughter, when she was finally sleeping through the night (at 6 months), she would wake up very early in the morning (about 6 A.M.) to nurse but she'd often go back to sleep and then wake up at around 8 A.M. to nurse again but she would be up for a couple of hours or so. Every baby is different, as I have 3 of them and they all were very different. I would say if your baby at 10 months old is still waking up during the night to nurse, or take a bottle, I wouldn't offer her anything at all. A baby at 10 months old should be sleeping through the night. There is nothing wrong with nursing your baby (or giving a bottle) before bedtime but she shouldn't be waking up at all during the night unless she is waking up very early and she is an early riser. I always nursed my children first thing in the morning, fed them breakfast, and then nursed them to "top them off." If she is naturally waking up early and staying awake, I'm afraid their isn't too much you can do about that. My second daughter was an early riser but rarely went back to sleep once she was up.