Re: Qs about extended breastfeeding for milk allergic baby..
with everything mommal said. I would aim a little higher than 3x a day too. This might come naturally though, so I wouldn't worry too much just yet. My son has iron deficiency anemia, which is obviously allows much more dietary flexibility, but I still am in no hurry to introduce cow's milk. I pumped for 18 months when I gradually eased off the pumping. Right now I'm off for the summer and only go in to the office occasionally, but when I do my son gets water while I'm gone and he asks to nurse very frequently when I get home (he did that even when I was pumping - milk on tap is clearly best ). I'm still easily nursing at least 6x a day, even on days I go into the office.
It's a good idea to talk to a nutritionist. There are lots of foods that can give you most, if not all, of the nutrients available in dairy and a nutritionist can help you figure out a good balance of different types of foods. However, be aware, as mommal stated, that many babies aren't reliably eating solids until well after a year (mine didn't start really eating full meals until about 15 months). It's still good to know what kinds of foods to offer, but I wouldn't panic if your baby isn't all that interested in them.
K. Sophia - Mama to my little lactivore, the amazing Mr. X (11/10).