Okay, I'm probably way overthinking this, but I'm trying to figure out how to cut down on the number of sessions of breastfeeding each day (we are seriously at 14-18 a day right now (2 of those are at night) but some of them are just snacking), still have some sort of normalcy in a modified EASY schedule, and still feed on demand... I was feeding her when she woke up from naps, but then she started getting hungry before her next nap when she started staying up longer, so then she was snacking after her naps that she ate right before. I think this is just because she was used to eating at that time so she would want to nurse but isn't really hungry. Then she is still getting hungry before her next nap or waking up early from her naps hungry... so basically we have been all screwed up since she started staying up longer and getting hungry again before her next nap (the sad thing is that she is only up for 2 hours at a time and has only been taking 30-45 minutes naps lately... this kiddo likes to eat frequently :P). For those of you with babies 4-5 months old or those that have older kids and have been through this stage: do you just wait till baby fusses/shows signs their hungry to feed them every time and not worry about how it coordinates with naps, or do you feed around their nap schedule somehow? I want to keep feeding on demand, but I think we are in a weird mess of habit-feeding plus hungry feeding which means we just have a ridiculous number of feedings and its getting hard to tell when she is actually hungry... Thank you!!