My daughter is 12 days old and is constantly feeding and I am pretty much glued to the sofa all the time. She fed within half hour of being born and seems not to have stopped since. I've been giving the odd formula top-up, mainly last thing at night, or I would never get any sleep at all. I usually express some in the evening to make up for the formula feed, but i'm lucky if I get an ounce. She'll fall asleep feeding and i try to keep her awake, and if i put her in the crib she's crying for more 5 mins later. Sometimes she gets stressed and pulls off constantly, and i try to wind her every time and sometimes she does have wind and is fine, but other times I don't know what the problem is. When she wakes in the night I feed her in bed and she goes to sleep fine then. The only time she is chilled out is after her bedtime formula feed - she's like a different baby. I have a toddler who will be 2 next month and a husband who works shifts, and am wondering how I will cope when he goes back to work. He has 4 weeks off in total. There's no way I can look after my son if I am glued to the sofa all day long, and i'm aware that i've been neglecting him lately as i've had my baby on my boobs all day every day. Any advice? Please tell me it starts to get easier soon because I don't want to have to give it up.