Re: Baby woke during pumping
If he wakes in the middle of pumping, nurse him and see what happens. He will probably be satisfied with what is in the breast, since babies are able to get milk out much better than a pump can, and even when you feel empty there is milk in there. Also, the additional stimulation is terrific for supply. Now, if you are really emptied out when the baby nurses, he may nurse for longer than usual, fuss more, and need to nurse again much sooner than you expect. But he won't starve!
Given the work schedule you are anticipating, you might want to start waking your baby at around 5 am, nursing, and then pumpinafter he is done.
As to why your baby spit up after drinking the bottle, well, the reason is probably just that babies spit up and it's a normal part of being a baby. But it could also be that he was overfull. 3.5 oz is actually a lot of milk for a breastfed baby- many breastfed babies take in just 2-3 oz at a sitting, or referring to eat many smaller meals than just a few large ones. So you may want to think about the size of the bottles you're offering.
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