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Just tell me this is fine.

Scenario 10 month old baby will not take bottle or sippy with either formula or the rare expressed milk at daycare. So I've been making her food with it in there and having them give her sips of water. I'm not really able to pump most days but my supply seems ok at night and this weekend we've had no problems with her nursing on demand. Is my supply going to dry up though not nursing all day 5 days a week? Given I really only need two months more than she"ll be 1. No plans to wean evenings, nights weekends though until far after 1.
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It will be fine. If she's eating food, sipping water, and nursing morning and night, she will be fine and your body will adjust.

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That's what I thought I just wanted someone to tell me it's okay Click here to enlarge thank god she loves food. Really after a year they don't need to nurse anyway (but they still should IMO Click here to enlarge) she's been dropping off anyway really she's to busy to sit and nurse.
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I weaned Ty at 20 months. For the last probably 3 months, I didn't pump all day. He nursed in the morning, after work, and at night. It was fine.

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It will be fine. Click here to enlarge Even without pumping AND being pregnant, I was able to keep nursing Linus just morning/bedtime for the last couple of months.

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I was pretty much trents sole source of food for the first year then he started dropping sessions at 18 months then he had his first overnights with his dad not long after and we still nursed until he was past two so I figure it will even out. Izzy has taken formula/bottles when she was younger (2-6 months) but over the summer she had boogie on demand and figured she didn't dig bottles anymore Click here to enlarge. Like I said though she's into food and less into me except when she's sleepy so Click here to enlarge.
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Try checking some food for children like cereal. I hope this will help you.



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