My daughter is 9.5 months old and weighs around 17 pounds. At her last doctor's visit a couple weeks ago the doctor said she had fallen off her curve slightly but that it was nothing to worry about because she was still gaining and it is common with BF babies. So my problem is that she seems less and less interested in nursing. She still takes 3 4-ounce bottles of EBM a day at daycare. She is eating solids at least 3-4 times a day (baby-led solids, so pretty much whatever we eat, and I send her to daycare with lunch, which is usually cottage cheese or yogurt, fruit, and veggies). We don't really restrict her from solids, we just give her maybe 1/4 of what we would eat and if she eats it fine, if not, no big deal. She usually eats it. I nurse her in the morning around 6, then when she gets home from daycare, Daddy gives her a snack, then when I get home we eat dinner around 6:30, then I nurse her around 7:30 at bedtime. I pump 3 times a day for her at work, and right before I go to bed for the freezer/extra. She is sleeping through the night in a crib in our room. She gave up nursing right when I got home from work about 3 months ago-- she pretty much just wanted to play, which is why we started giving her a snack and a drink of water instead of trying to get her to nurse when she was clearly not interested. Now it seems like she is not really that interested in nursing before bed, or even in the morning, and my pumping output is also starting to decrease. I used to be able to count on 4 ounces every time I pumped but now it is more like 3. I'm worried she is not getting enough milk. Should I cut back on the solids? Should I start trying to ramp up my production again? Or is this the normal transition to toddler-hood, with maybe not needing so much milk anymore? I'm sad. I wanted to wake her up in the middle of the night last night to nurse her. But I was just sad, not nuts :-) I wanted to keep nursing her in the morning and at night for as long as possible even though I planned to pump-wean at 12 months. Any thoughts?