Should i burp my baby after night feeds even if it means she will wake up after the burping?
Burping baby is often not necessary during night feeds because babies feed in a more relaxed manner and thus swallow less air. If nighttime discomfort is caused by a trapped air bubble, you can avoid sitting up and going through the whole burping ritual by draping baby up over your hip as you lie on your side. http://www.askdrsears.com/topics/feeding-eating/feeding-infants-toddlers/nighttime-parentingRead more
Baby generally does not require burping at night as they take in less air when he is fed while asleep. I will not burp my baby after night feeds as I prefer not to wake him up from his sleep. I will only burp him if he wakes up on his own due to discomfort caused by wind in his stomach.Read more
You can try following these steps to burp a sleeping baby: http://www.livestrong.com/article/269473-how-to-burp-a-sleeping-baby/
For the first two and a half to three months yes
Have to burp everytime