I've done this 2 times before, I know what it's like. But that should mean that DH knows what it's like too right?
When dealing with cluster feeding, or the morning after a rough night, etc. demand feeding is at it's hardest. So when I feed DD3 for the millionth time and I try to sneak off to have some food and a cup of tea, I ask DH to hold her / entertain her / soothe her.
What do I get? He holds her and reads. She starts to fuss and I ask him to pat her back / bicycle her legs, SOMETHING with her and the automatic response is "she's rooting" or "she's hungry". He doesn't even TRY!!! You know what? You have to interact with her! Walk with her. LOOK AT HER!!!
I know I'm exhausted an on my last frayed nerve but COMON!!!! I just need you to tide her over for 5 minutes so I can get my head back on straight. PLEASE?!??!!? I can't believe that at baby #3, I still have to tell him what to do.