It's not as if you are doing anything wrong or there is something else you "should" do. Do what works for you. But I am saying that you may have enough milk for baby even now, or close to it, but you just need to nurse more often so baby gets more.
LLLMeg- If baby seems satisfied after a feeding, I haven't been supplementing with formula. When I'm not supplementing, she seems to want to nurse about every 2 hours. If I do supplement, she is satisfied longer, so I've been pumping if 2 hours have passed. Will this work or should I be doing something else? Generally, its only been one four hour stretch at night after she cluster feeds in the evenings...although the cluster feed usually ends with a formula supplement b/c I'm worried she's not getting enough.
As I said above, how would you gage if you have "enough" until baby is exclusively nursing? You can't-not absolutely, because breasts are not clear with little lines on them! But you can tell in other ways that baby is getting enough.
I have seen a very slight increase in my supply, although I still don't know if it is enough to EBF. I ordered some More Milk Plus which should be here today. How many ounces is normal for a 3 week old to consume in 24 hours?