My 3 month old daughter is exclusively on breastmilk. I feed her 1-2 times in the morning before work, pump a bottle, go home and feed her at lunch, pump a second bottle, and go home at 5:00 and feel her all night. So I wasn't doing much pumping, as she was doing the majority of the work. Up until Saturday night, if she skipped a feeding and I pumped a bottle, I would get 6-8 ounces (which is what my pediatrician says she should be eating in a sitting). I went to pump a bottle like usual on Tuesday, and I suddenly went from 8 ounces to 4. She doesn't seem affected when she's nursing, but now I can't pump enough to leave bottles for the sitter. I'm going to the store later to get some oatmeal, and bake some lactation cookies. I also heard Mother's Milk tea might help, so I'm planning to get that too. It's not that I don't have enough to feed her when I'm here. It's that I suddenly can't pump enough to leave her bottles for her in-between meals. I've been pumping as soon as she finishes each feeding to make sure both breasts are thoroughly empty (using a Medela pump in style, double electric). I've also been manually expressing/stimulating while on the pump to get out as much as possible. I can get about 1 ounce out of each breast if she's just eaten, and 2 out of each if she's skipping a meal. Any other ideas?? I'm stubborn, and I refuse to supplement unless her health depends on it, so I'd really like to fix this.