One modern version of the old-school strict baby routine addresses the problem of diminshing supply by getting mothers to express milk as well as breastfeeding.
Routine for a breast-feeding baby at one week:
– Baby should be awake, nappy changed and feeding no later than 7am.
– He needs 25-35 minutes on the full breast, then offer 10-15 minutes on the second breast after you have expressed 60-90ml.
– Do not feed after 8am, as it will put baby off his next feed.
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You could do this. If you wanted to, you could rise at the crack of dawn and sterilise a bottle, assemble a breast pump while your chld is crying, try to calm him on schedule, feed him a little (but not necessarily enough to get much satisfying hind-milk) and then put him down to scream while you attempt to express milk from your breast.
Or you could stay in bed and feed your baby.