In cluster feedings, your baby feeds very frequently or even constantly. It is very normal, especially in the first 3 to 4 months.
It helps to establish your milk supply as well as giving baby the comfort and closeness they need.
Your baby may cluster feed for a few days when they’re going through a growth spurt, but once your supply catches up with demand, things should be back to normal.
See our Why is my baby feeding all the time page for more information.
Senab Idris, Infant Feeding Specialist, shared a video on Facebook talking us through cluster feeding and reasons babies do this, growth spurts, sleep and how to manage these times.