Yesterday, 11:44 PM
Since baby cluster feeds, so that is going to count as more than one feeding over that many hours, it is hard to say if this pattern is overall often enough. The evening cluster is of course entirely normal, but all the other feedings seem rather spread out for a 6 week old. On the other hand, that is how some babies are. As long as weight gain is in good shape this could be ok. I would be more concerned about your milk production going forward if baby will not nurse a little more while home with you, but that might be ok too, it will vary nursing pair to nursing pair.
I have no idea what would make a baby's poops brownish... do they seem to have a different odor or consistency as well, or just a slight color change?
Anyway, I think it makes sense to talk to the daycare about your concerns and see what they think. Where is baby sleeping when at day care? How are naps handled overall? A baby may well sleep through their own natural hunger cues if baby is swaddled, or given a pacifier for sleep. Also, babies expect to sleep surrounded by the natural sounds of human activity, so baby may sleep overly long if the sleep room is not in any way stimulating (too quiet, too dark, too isolating) or, on the other extreme, too loud, bright or in any way over stimulating causing baby to shut down. What if the caregivers were encouraged to hold baby while baby was asleep, to gently rouse baby just enough to eat a little? Also, is baby being fed on a schedule or cue fed? Is a...