Re: 3 month old schedule and being fussy
Stretching out the time between feeds is usually very counterproductive to all the things a mom wants to achieve. It makes the baby crankier and fussier- he doesn't understand why you're not feeing him when he asks. It can derail weight gain, because babies have tiny tummies and they don't necessarily eat more when they go longer between meals. If oversupply and fast letdowns are a problem, waiting longer to nurse can make them worse because the breast is more full in between feedings.
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