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    Default Co-sleeping and wind

    Might be a silly question but do you pick your baby up and burp him/her after a feed? I'm not really sure what to do as bub usually falls asleep while feeding??

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    Nope. I wake, latch bub on, go back to sleep. Wake 3-4hrs later, latch abd then snooze again.

    I do wake up in a wet patch in the morning as milk just flows out of me even if bub isnt on.

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    Thanks, I've been doing the same but DD sometimes has nights where she squirms and grizzles on and off all night and I wonder if it's wind?

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    I've found feeding bub laying down on my back in bed with her on my chest she seems to get the burps out herself. I also just burp her in her belly down position on my chest but nothing really comes out

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    DS3 gets a lot of wind so if starts to squirm i sit up with him buts fairly rare.

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