DS is 11 months old and currently breastfed. He also eats three meals of solids. Typically I nurse him when he wakes up, before naps, and before bed. He'll occasionally ask to nurse at other times too, but those are really only "quick snacks." He gets solids at traditional meal times--when I eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner. He does eat quite a bit during these meals and has for a while. He wets at least 5 diapers per day (a couple are soaked), and poops at least 2 times per day. I'm not sure of his weight gain since we haven't been to the doc. in a while.
So, here's my concern: my supply is dipping as I would expect, but I'm not sure if I should work to recover it. I know it's lower because he's not nursing as much any more so the demand is down. However, last night about 2 hours after his final feeding, I was only able to pump about 1 oz. combined. Typically I could pump about 2-2.5 oz. Also, he seemed to be really desperate to nurse this morning which is unusual behavior for him. He kept pawing at my shirt (his signal for boob) and, of course, I nursed him. This morning, after nursing at least three times within a two hour time frame, he ate his breakfast completely. This is unusual too. Normally I have to separate nursing and solids meals otherwise he won't eat the solids.
I know naturally my supply will go away as he eats more solid food, and I do plan to wean him off day nursing after his birthday because I'm going back to work at the end of August, but I do plan on continuing night feedings. The only reason I pump is for his daily infant cereal since I'm with him all the time. What do you think? Is this something I should be worried about? Or is it just another one of those changes in breastfeeding that just happen?