Is it possible to reverse the weaning process once it's started, and if so how do I?
I have been ebf my almost 7 month old son (but we have introduced some food since 6 months). It has been a rocky 7 months - he has severe mspi, so my diet has been very strict and limited - so at around the 6 month mark my husband, my ped, and myself all thought it would be a good time to start weaning him. It was a hard decision to come to (and I was never 100% about it), but we have a vacation planned (so it will be very hard to stick to my strict diet while on the road/in hotels), and I will be starting a new job in 2 months that will require me to go away to training for 2 weeks (my son will be coming with me, but once again I'll be in a hotel so eating all dairy and soy free will be hard).
Well, I've started the weaning process and my son has done pretty well with it until yesterday. This weekend I was down to 3 bf sessions + 3 bottles a day, and yesterday I started with just 2 bf sessions (morning then evening) and 4 bottles. Last night he was really fussy and wouldn't take his bottle, but I thought maybe he just wasn't hungry. But then today he did it again - would only take 2oz from the bottle, then he got very fussy and started crying hysterically - then I offered him to bf and he calmed down ate for a good 20 minutes. I feel like, at the very least, I'm rushing him to wean too fast. Would it be possible to get back up to 3 bf sessions per day (or more) so that he will still get some bm and be comforted once again, or is it too late??? I'm engorged in the morning and evening, but I'm worried that I may have ruined my supply for more 2-3 feedings now.