My DD (29 months), still usually wakes up once to nurse... sometimes not at all... sometimes 3 times. She's still sleeping with us, and we're not planning on changing anything before the baby arrives (in <3 months).
My concern has been that DD will start waking more when the baby is in bed with us - from noise, but also from wanting to be close & just comfort from the changes.
Until about 24/25 months, she woke every 1.5 - 2 hours, so I guess I'm used to that... but... I'm just not sure how I'll manage with TWO nursing in bed.
I have small breasts, so nursing flat on my back doesn't work. Anyone have any advice for nursing two back to sleep in bed?
On a similar note... what's the best arrangement for placement of everyone in bed? We have a bassinette, but frankly, I don't want to get up & out of bed if I don't have to with the baby!
Right now, DD starts out on her mattress, which is basically attached - at the same level - to our bed (on the floor). She'll usually climb in to join us in the morning.
Has anyone used a snuggle nest? DH is obviously used to sleeping with a baby at this point... does anyone position their newborn between yourself & DH?