firstly I will strongly encourage you to get rid of the milk bottle and feed her exclusively and ONLY through breastfeeding. Her frequent latching on will help stimulate your milk supply, which is waaaaaaay better than a breast pump.
Right now I am just worried that your baby girl might develop nipple confusion if you give her your nipple + milk bottle. She may get too used to the faster flow of the milk bottle, and may therefore cry at your nipple EVEN if you have milk because milk will flow slower from your nipple. If you can, please dump the bottle and latch her on, even if it means latching her on every 30 minutes. Also get those nipple cream to apply in case of cracked nipple. After every feed, squeeze out some of your milk, apply it on my nipples and air them for about 10-15minutes. This is to prevent sore nipples.
I know it can be very tiring to have her latch on to you all the time, but this is to establish a stable milk supply, which should take around 4-6weeks. If you wish to BF successfully, I have to say sorry but this is the way to go.
I dont't really recommend introducing to her a pacifier at this stage as she may get confused, though it doesn't seem like it.
If you are outside, just use a nursing cover and let her latch on. I did this for the first 2 months, after which I introduced the pacifier to her (which also took some time of forcing her to accept it).
Of course right now, dear daughter is already 6 months and once in a while I do allow her to latch on for comfort, especially at places when it's too noisy and crowded and she has problems going to sleep. BUT it is not affecting her sleep at all because she can still sleep well at night with the pacifier, WITHOUT needing to suckle on me. I will usually cuddle her for a while and put her in bed and she'll go to sleep on her own.
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