Re: questions about bfing beyond 1
Once you get a year into it your supply is well established and you don't have to pump regularly to keep it up. You can quit pumping and if you are still nursing 3-4 times per day you don't have to provide any kind of milk substitute, though you can if you want. My daughter wouldn't drink cow's milk so we just sent solid foods and water to day care once she hit about 13 mos old. It just depends on your kiddo. I was down to only pumping once a day by that time so I just stopped pumping cold turkey, kept the pump around for a week or two just in case I got painfully engorged, but I never used it.
You don't have to do anything to deal with people who think it's weird. It's none of their business.
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