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I FF, but I will stop LO @ like 1 oz left, change her diaper, re-swaddle, then feed the remainder.
Eating makes DD veeeery sleepy
MrsG NC:I change and then nurse. Changing disrupts DD's sleep, so I like to get that out of the way and then nurse to help her get back to sleep. Seems to work pretty good.
mlc92404:I usually nurse one side, then change (if he needs to be changed) trying to wake him back up a bit so he will nurse the other side. Some times this works sometimes it doesnt
This! If I try to change first he throws a fit!!
I feed, wait about 15 minutes, then change the diaper. The girls are notorious for pooping right after they eat, so it wouldn't make sense to change them before they eat, knowing they're just going to dirty another diaper and require another change in 30 minutes or so.
More often than not, they wake up while I'm changing them, eat a little more, then pass out.
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This is what I do. It helps to calm her down, then wake her up, then calm her down again. I think it's a matter of what works for you and your LO
It depends. If she wakes up pissed off and super hungry she eats first and then I change her. If she wakes up and isn't angry I'll change her first so she can fall back asleep when she's done.
Also, like pp said, she was pooping after every feeding for a while (not anymore). When she was still in that pattern I'd usually wait for the poop after she ate to change her so I didn't waste a diaper.