Actually, we keep our room at about 74 degrees, which is safe temperature for a prepared bottle of formula to sit out for up to 4 hours, according to our ped. I still have to get up to prepare for the next feeding, but at least I can feed her when she starts stirring and not have to wait until she starts crying for me.
Of course, until she gets her days and nights back in line, I'm pretty much SOL, but we'll learn to live with that.
Any tips on keeping them awake during the day so that they get back on track? I've tried playing with her, bouncing her on my knee, dancing around the room with her, etc. The child would sleep through an atomic blast. The only thing that makes her stir in the slightest is when our dog licks her arm or snurfles her cheek. Unfortunately, I can't really call Kahlua in every time Sam falls asleep during the day to have her wake the baby.