I'm questioning in regards to my future son (not due until June), just doing a lot of pro-active learning and planning right now. (this could be a LONG nesting period!)
I've discovered since my last son I've become a bit of a crunchy granola type person. I'm planning on going the whole attachment parenting route, (as well as midwife homebirth, cloth diapers, babywearing, co-sleeping etc etc). And my basic attitude will be give the baby what he wants (which I eventually did with my first, rather than count the hours between feeding and I became so much happier!)
Anyway, I *think* I will have no probably nursing on demand, as often as he wants, for as long as wants. If I'm a pacifier, so be it! However, I remember the very early days when baby would fall asleep fairly quickly at the breast and based on hospital advice, we'd tickle his feet, get him naked, freeze him with cold wash cloths etc to keep him awake and nursing. Then we really only said it was ok for him to be asleep after a certain time (30 minutes I think). Is this totally necessary? Can't I just let him sleep if he wants? Yes he might wake up again in half an hour, but I plan on co-sleeping so I promise not to be pissed off about it! (I've never had a supply issue and my first regained his birth weight in 48 hours).