Re: How do you finish first breast first with a "snacker"?
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Are you still block feeding? And how do you feel about your supply at this point?
I think that if your baby wants to eat very soon after finishing the first breast- let's call it "breast A"- then you offer breast A again, but you stay prepared to offer breast B if baby comes off of A still acting hungry. That will ensure that he gets milk from A when it's pretty empty, and an emptier breast produces fattier milk (so-called hindmilk). But breast B is still there to sate his hunger if A isn't enough for him.
Lease don't worry too much about the hindmilk/foremilk thing. A lot of moms get concerned that if their babies don't get the so-called hindmilk, they're not getting some vital nutrient (fat is usually what people are worried about). But all milk, both foremilk and hindmilk, contains fat and has everything a baby needs to grow and develop. A baby will grow well- sometimes exceptionally well- on a diet of so-called foremilk alone, provided she gets enough of it. Quantity of milk, not quality, is what matters to infant growth. A baby who gets a lot of foremilk may be gassier than average and have some green poops, but these aren't health concerns- just annoyances.
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