Re: LO keeps unlatching
The best thing to do right now is to put up with the fussy nursing behavior and to continue to nurse on demand. Let your baby learn how to deal with this new flow situation, let him learn how to control the flow all by himself. I know it's tempting to try to manage this kind of behavior by making things easier for the baby- a lot of moms in your situation do things like trying to increase supply and flow speed using the pump, or supplementing when the baby gets fussy- but that only reinforces the baby's Goldilocks approach to nursing. Don't teach the baby that fussiness will be rewarded by mom making things "just right" for him. Let him experience and overcome the frustration.
If you're concerned about the baby's milk intake, keep an eye on his diaper output. As long as that continues to be normal, he 'so getting enugh to eat.
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