Come on, all you silly, tardy babes! You have a host of December baby-friends to meet and mamas who want to love you...come on out!
So, we're on day three of milk, and there is just oh so much of it! Poor baby wants to nurse for comfort and to get to sleep, but he can't take more than 7 or so minutes at a feeding without getting so full it comes back up. He's got a bit of heartburn-ishness when sleeping horizontally-- he'll be soundly sleeping, then makes some funny mouth movements, wakes up crying, and wants to comfort suck. So I burp him again and hold him to my chest to sleep. He's just getting too full!
Anyone dealing with this? Think it'll regulate itself as the milk supply does?