Most babies are sleepy for the first several days after delivery as they get use to life outside the womb and day and night cycles. You should wake your baby up if she needs to feed or if she falls asleep during feeding.
Undress your baby to a diaper before feeding
Hold your baby skin to skin
Massage your baby, stroking from fingertips and toes toward the chest
Rub your babys hands, feet, legs, etc.
With a clean finger stroke your babys cheek, lips and mouth
Tickle your baby under her chin while breastfeeding
Call your babys name, sing and talk to her in a normal voice
Get your baby to watch your face and eyes
Change your babys diaper
Walk your fingers up your babys spine
Wipe your babys face with a cool washcloth
Take your baby off the breast and burp her
You may see an increase in body movement such as stretching and hand to mouth movement
Some babies may ask in more demanding ways like crying learning to recognize the earlier cues may help your baby to be calm and feed better
Your baby may turn her head and open her mouth to search for food