I think a nursing station is normal as well. I think posted on the couch with Snacks, and distractions and PLANNING on that will help immensely with your mental state. If you wake up thinking your only goal is to feed the baby then when that is all you get done you get to feel accomplished! I started wearing my son at 6weeks. But I feel like getting up to Pee, get more food and change diapers is pretty par for this point in. I would also have your Partner bring home take out. The dishes and other things can wait until the weekend when you have an extra set of hands. They only need you like this for a small moment in time. You will never get it back. Relish it. You will blink your eyes and you will have a toddler who you can't catch that will NEVER EVER even want to sit still long enough to nurse. Take the time it takes these first weeks to let your baby regulate your supply while you get to know each other and find your rhythm as a dyad. You are getting there, but your baby very well need you this intensely for another couple of weeks and there will be other growth spurts. And all you can do IS nurse through them. That is what you are supposed to do. They usually double their size in the first 3-4 months. It's takes constant nursing to make that happen and make sure you can keep up with the ever growing demand. Stay focused Mama. You were meant for this work.