I just discovered that I've had a wicked oversupply this whole time, and my babies are 5 months old! I didn't even discover it until I started weaning. The nipple pain got so severe that I started taking measures to decrease my supply and I realized, hey, my breasts aren't rock hard all the time and there still seems to be plenty of milk! They are no longer choking, pulling off the breast constantly, getting sprayed, etc. But they are still clamping down. HARD. I feel stupid for not realizing that they were doing it before, but I can tell now that the nipple comes out with a white streak, misshapen, etc. Does anyone have any tips on correcting this? Will they slowly learn to ease off over time? (The supply has only been manageable for a few days.) Also, will they learn that it's okay to eat without side-lying? They eat all of their meals in bed, though they will have a "snack" session if we are out and it's been a while. I know there is no way to know how they'll adjust this late in the game, but can anyone share their experiences or tips on what worked for them?