Re: Is comfort feeding ok?
imo that's what boobs are made for (well, that and feeding ). I guarantee you won't have a teenager that can't fall asleep without your boob!!
Seriously, though. I'm very thankful that my breasts calm my baby. It has helped through teething, ear infections, shots, croup, bumped heads, skinned knees and I could go on and on.
If it's getting to be too much at night, maybe Daddy could try putting her back to sleep sometimes? This works for us some nights. Other nights it has to be me. It does get frustrating sometimes, but like I said, I'm also very grateful that I have such an instant cure-all and I try to remind myself of that when I get irritated.
It may also be that your child is having a growth spurt and is needing to eat more these days. If that is the case it should only last a week or so.
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