Yesterday, 11:08 AM
You may find baby is more interested in nursing more at night once you are back at work. Until then, your baby's nighttime "schedule" seems fine to me, there are no super long stretches of not nursing, and baby is waking and you are offering when baby wakes. That may not be dream feeding, as baby is not "feeding" But it still 'counts,' IMO, as you cannot exactly force a child to nurse.
I am not sure there is a hard and fast definition of dream feeding. I guess it basically means baby nursing at any time baby is not fully awake.
Assuming baby is nursing frequently the rest of the day and weight gain is normal, I see no need to worry about this. However it never hurts to offer, so you can keep offering, and if baby is interested, baby will nurse. And yes, you can also offer when she is not stirring if you like-for example, you can offer to nurse when you are going to bed.
If baby gets a pacifier or is swaddled at night, that can in some cases lead to less frequent nursing. If bedsharing is something you would consider, that may lead to more frequent nursing.