Anyone else get really tired of the pump? It's getting to be such a drag. And I know I really shouldn't complain because I have my own office with a door, and my coworkers & boss are understanding and accommodating, and I am SO GRATEFUL for all of that. But the pump itself? I'm just over it. Fitting in 3 pump sessions every work day ... having to arrive late or leave meetings early to go sit at the machine ... skipping professional development and training opportunities because the logistics of pumping wouldn't work or just aren't worth the hassle ... and washing pump parts every day ... just blah. Don't get me wrong, it's totally worth it to keep breastfeeding, and I'm grateful that I only have to pump during work day separations and not more often like some moms do. I'll keep at it until LO starts weening ... I am fully committed to continuing to breastfeed to 1 year and probably after, especially since LO is 10 mos and has almost no interest in solids (not even as a sensory play experience), so I'm taking my cues from him. So I'll keep pumping 3x/work day like always so that he has BM for daycare. And I know solids are a developmental process and I'm not trying to rush him ... but sometimes I just wish he would be developmentally ready already! (That's just a wish, I'm not pushing -- but a girl can dream, right). I don't expect any advice or solutions here -- I just needed to vent in a place where no one would say "Why don't you just give him formula?"