Re: Drop in pump output- how do I check the motor?
I think at this age if she's simply refusing the milk in the bottle it is okay to give her solids to tide her over, and if you're mixing them, it's a great way to get the milk in her. I think if it were me I would stop giving her solids at night though. I would push nursing as much as you can when you're together, offering even when she doesn't ask. I might also stop offering the non-milk mixed solids at 10:30 and 4 just to see if her appetite for milk increases. They can't really regulate their intake very well when it is being given to them on a spoon like that and if she's actually eating all that you've listed here, that is quite a lot of solids for a baby that age. I think if you continue with this schedule it is very likely to have an impact on your supply, if it hasn't already.
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