Why won’t my baby breastfeed to sleep?
Babies whose mothers have a large milk supply may have trouble breastfeeding to sleep. The baby may get too much milk and become frustrated. One option is for the mother to offer one breast, take a little break, and then offer the same breast again when the baby asks to breastfeed to sleep. It will have less milk since the baby just fed on it and may be more acceptable. Other options are rocking the baby or using a pacifier until the baby is asleep. Returning a baby to the just breastfed breast is not advisable under other circumstances.