Newborn babies tend to cluster their feedings together at various times during the day or night. These feedings are most likely to occur between 4:00 PM and midnight, but can occur anytime.
Try eating more protein for breakfast and a high protein snack between 2:00 PM and 3:00 PM. This might make a difference for your baby. Cluster feeding does not mean that you do not have plenty of milk. As long as your baby is gaining well and alert and content for some of the time, you can rest assured that your milk production is just fine.
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