Hi there Mama's and friends! Been away for a few days and glad to be back into the forum.Really enjoying these recents posts and discussions. Thanks for the updates and discussions on the "newish" research.That is why I love this resource here at LLLI- it is reliable and informative as well as easily accessible. I was just telling my husband if it werent for this site and The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding, I would not be sane! I felt like I was so prepared before I gave birth 6 weeks ago...Took several bf classes, read A LOT, watched a lot, asked a lot, but I wasnt really tapping into the organic essence of what makes nursing successful. Not that I am a pro at this by any means! I am still having days where I feel clueless- I am so thankful for the range of questions and answers on here! My big question now is, 6 weeks in, no pumping anymore (created more probs then not) exclusively bf on demand, co sleeping, how do I know that my milk supply will maintain? I feel silly asking these questions but I am still a little nervous about it. I have been trying to relax over the past few weeks, trying to enjoy this wonderful bonding experience and not worry so much about times, and keeping notes...etc, I was quite neurotic about it. I still feel like the little babe is not nursing long and only takes 1 breast a lot of the time. Actually he has always been a quick little feller from day 1. I want to continue to ebf and just want to ensure my supply is maintained. My breast arent very full feeling now, only in the mornings. I know that is normal according to TWAB. Just wanting to succeed at this! I am so attached to this child and my main priority in liife is to feed and care for him! I dont seem to care about anything else! I I still even set an alarm at night to make sure he doesnt sleep too long. anywhere between 2-5 hours through the night. Im one of the weird ones who dont want their baby to 'sleep through the night' for fear of poor growth and loss of milk. He is gaining well, lots of wets and poopies, and seems overall happy. But I have noticed just in the past few days, a few less poopies, but more in an episode. ave 8-12 wets, 6-8 poopies. By the way, over the past few days, he seems to be doing a lot better with the evening fussies/ reflux/ growth spurt challenges. Thanks for the great advice once again!