Re: Minimum number of feedings for an almost 3month old?
Ordinarily I'd say "follow her lead", but in this case the baby's lead is to demand so very little that I think you want to proactively offer the breast a lot more frequently. In general, it takes a minimum of 8 feedings to provide enough milk for such a young baby, and it's not until babies are closer to a year that they spontaneously dip below that number. Very rarely we have a mom come through the forum whose baby is doing well on 5-6 feedings a day, and maybe you're one of those moms! But since there is absolutely no harm in trying to get the baby to eat more often, and alot of potential good to be had, I'd offer more. Wake her for a dream-feed before you go to bed. Don't let her sleep until 11 am- wake her at 9. Offer every 2 hours during the day, ad don't stress if she doesn't want to feed.
This may be overcautious advice, but I'd also observe baby carefully for signs of illness. Sometimes sick babies don't nurse enough.
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