1.Your baby should have several wet or dirty diapers each day (6 or more per day).Stools should start turning green, then yellow. There should be at least 3 or more stools per 24 hours. Typically, once breastfeeding is going well, breastfed babies have a yellow stool during or after each feeding.
2. Your baby's feeding patterns are an important sign that he/she is feeding enough. If you add up all the feedings over the course of the day, your baby should feed at least 8 to 10 times a day (ie every 3-4 hours). The baby should appear satisfied and/or sleep until time for the next feeding.
3. During the first week, most infants lose weight, but they should be back up to their birth weight by the end of the second week. Once your milk supply is established, your baby should gain between 20 to 30 grams/day during the first 3 months.