I don't expect you to slavishly stick to a specific order of CDs and CMs--the one CD, then two CMs order. You may choose to start a sentence with an interesting commentary and end with the actual CD, then follow up with another sentence that gives another interesting commentary and further CDs. Does that make sense to you? Here is an example of a flexible series of CDs and CMs; the sentences of PART of a paragraph, the second half:
In order to emphasize Odysseus' paradoxical power, great physical strength and the ability to humble himself in lowly disguises, Homer refers to his hero as a "mountain lion exultant in his power" whose "eyes blaze" and who could attack the "sheep or oxen" or "chase the wild deer," yet he chooses not to (Od. 6. 144-146). The poet instead reveals the twists and turns in the great Odysseus' mind. Choosing flattery and subtlety over a show of force, he thinks, "This was a better way [. . . ]. Plead now/with a subtle winning word [. . .] /don't clasp her knees, the girl might bridle, yes" (Od. 6. 159-161). Thus this choice of how proceed in this "crisis" reveals yet again why Odysseus lives to tell his tale to the Phaeacians and returns eventually to his beloved Ithaca. He is the master of disguise; he adapts to his surroundings. He is an always thinking survivor.
I hope that gives you a model of how to weave CDs with CMs without following a strict order. Once you learn and master a model structure well, you can then "play with it" so that it suits your needs as a writer!