Frequent or constant feedings during a block of time, usually at night, when baby is having a growth spurt. Usually lasts 1-3 days.113 more words
It’s not unusual for moms to worry when their baby has a growth spurt.
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Question: I’m exhausted! How do I survive during my baby’s growth spurts?
Answer: During a growth spurt, let everyone else do everything else. This means at home, someone else cooks dinner, loads the dishwasher, and washes clothes for a few days.
Question: How do I know my baby is getting enough to eat?
Answer: Babies who are eating enough will pee, poop, and gain weight. It is normal for babies to lose weight in the 1st 3 days, but once mom’s milk is in, babies will begin gaining about 1oz per day (or 5 oz per week) during the 1st 4 months.39 more words
Question: Can I breastfeed my baby too much?
Answer: No, you don’t need to worry about overfeeding your breastfed baby. Babies are smart. They can suckle to remove milk when they are hungry (nutritive suckling) and they can suckle for comfort (non-nutritive suckling).14 more words