Re: advice needed
Everything sounds totally normal, mama. With a newborn especially, it's easier to think in terms of routines rather than schedules. And even that is going to change near-constantly with such a young one. Their bodies and brains are growing so fast, their eating and sleeping patterns are constantly shifting. You are doing the exact right thing by feeding her when she's hungry and letting her sleep when she's sleepy.
If you need the rest and it's not interfering with anything else you want or need to be doing, definitely take advantage of it and rest with her. If you want to try and get up, try it and see how it goes. There's no right or wrong answer there, it's just whatever works for you.
The only thing I'd caution you against is pumping if you have oversupply. If you let your breasts stay full or only pump just enough to relieve discomfort, your oversupply should correct itself. It would also get you more sleep and you wouldn't have the hassle of getting up and pumping. However, if you need that milk you're stashing and it's not bothering you all that much to get up and pump, then keep doing it. Again, whatever is working for you and your baby in your situation.
It sounds to me like you are doing great. Keep following your instincts, I think they are steering you in the right direction.
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