Nursing patterns vary from baby to baby and your baby will fall into a nursing pattern best suited for him.
Continue to watch your baby, not the clock. The length of feeding will vary from baby to baby and time of day.
Your baby may cluster feed, usually in the early evening.
Growth spurts and an increase in your baby’s appetite can occur at any time. Periods of rapid growth can cause your baby to nurse more often for a few days. Babies gain about 4 to 9 ounces each week up to 3 months of age.
Bowel movements may become less frequent.
Baby is paying more attention to faces and may look at you while nursing.
Continue Vitamin D supplements if advised by the baby’s physician.