with everything LLLMeg said. Especially with the bit about the suck-swallow pattern- it's something you only need to think of if there are other signs of a problem, like low diaper output or slow weight gain.
One thing that you may have noticed is that when your milk first came in, you felt full or engorged a lot of the time. A lot of moms mistake the feeling of fullness/engorgement for having sufficient milk. What they don't realize is that feeling full/engorged means that you're making more milk than your baby needs. This is a normal but transient phase of breastfeeding- when milk first comes in, it tends to be extremely abundant, which means that it's really easy for the newborn to get enough to eat and to start gaining weight. But making all that extra milk also puts a mom at risk for things like plugged ducts and mastitis, so after a while most moms find that their milk supply adjusts to meet baby's needs without a lot of extra, at which point the fullness/engorgement phase ends. Once supply and demand are really in sync, most moms will rarely if ever feel full or engorged.
Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
Coolest thing my little girl sang recently: "I love dat one-two pupples!"