Re: Baby "snacking" and not napping
How are your baby's weight gain and diaper output? As long as they are normal, so is everything else.
Frequent small meals, a.k.a. "snacking" gets a bad rap, but is actually a completely normal and healthy eating pattern for a baby. Breastfed babies tend to eat small amounts more often, never taking in excessive large meals the way bottle-fed babies do. Frequent small meals help keep blood sugar nice and stable, and since the breast provides comfort as well as nutrition, it is entirely normal for a breastfed baby to nurse whenever she is cranky or sleepy or in need of reassurance.
Short naps are no fun, but some babies are cat-nappers. You might want to try having baby nap in a swing, stroller, carseat, or sling rather than in a crib, since beds with built-in motion often keep babies content and sleeping longer than their own official beds do.
WRT bottles, just keep trying. Try different brands, different nipples, try cold milk, try warm milk, try offing the bottle when baby is hungry, try when she's relaxed. Especially have daddy or grandma give the bottle, since babies tend to be very reluctant to take bottles from mom. Why would they, when they know mom has the real thing?!
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