There are many reasons why babies wake up early in the morning.
They might be hungry, they might need a diaper change, or they may just want to cuddle with you for an hour before going back to sleep. We’re not here to tell you what’s best for your baby- that is entirely up to you! In this blog post we’ll take a look at some of the benefits and drawbacks of feeding your baby who wakes up early so that you can make an informed decision about what’s right for your family. Feeding Your Baby Who Wakes Up Early Benefits -You’ll feel more rested. Feeding your baby who wakes up early may be a good way to get back on schedule and start feeling human again! If you feed at the time they usually wake, then by the end of the feeding session both of you will likely be ready for some post-lunch sleep. Being well rested can help give you an energy boost while also giving both you and your baby better mental clarity throughout the day. -Your body’s production levels might regulate themselves or even decrease if breastfeeding is involved. Babies need to nurse frequently in order to produce milk so one option would be to feed them every time they wake up instead of trying other methods like rocking or cuddling (which still have