The biggest piece I advice I have for you, is not to stand where you're standing. You can't see anything of the dog except her butt and her head way up in the air, lol
I place my puppies on a surface that is only about the height of my knees, and no higher than my thighs, so I can still reach over my puppy and stack (I let my puppy nibble on something while I do this). When all feet are in place, I continue feeding my puppy, and move to the front of the dog.
If I have help, I get something like this:
That is Mirada at 13 weeks
This is Mirada about 2-3 weeks later:
My puppies are taught to bait at a VERY young age.
At this point, Mirada is 9 months old, and I can handle the dog, the food, and the camera with nobody else around, and get something like this:
You need to teach Indra that where you put her feet is where her feet stay, and it's not an object to move them.