my son eats every 1.5-2 hours since birth. Duing his growth spurt he is on the boob practically the entire day and im lucky to get up and use the restroom. Wet/dirty diapers will give you a good indication if LO is getting enough.
Hey hun, didn't want to r&r. If the feeding frenzy is a new thing, it probably is a growth spurt - looks from your ticker as though he's about 5 -6 weeks old? Sounds about right. As long as he's getting wet and dirty nappies and you're making sure you eat and drink enough, it's unlikely that your milk is drying up. Eventually your supply will catch up with his demand and everything'll be grand (until the next one....). If he's always eaten every 1 - 2 hours, chances are this is just what he does, same as Jennifer. DD did it, I thought I'd go bonkers, but she's 15 months (BF to 12 and a bit months) and we're both still alive .
probably a growth spurt. 3wks, 6 wks, 3 months, 6 months are usually growing spurts at those times. It usually lasts about 3 days. They are just upping your supply so they get what they need as they grow.
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