I think it's a great idea to do a solids breakfast rather than dinner. That way it isn't affecting the amount of nursing being done at all and it gives you a little leeway as far as how much milk you need to pump and send to day care. It doesn't matter so much what order you go in when you're feeding with the bottle. Your baby will either drink the bottle or not, but it's not going to affect your supply in terms of not providing enough stimulation to your breasts. IMO, at this age it's okay for your LO to start taking less milk from a bottle (if that's what happens) because often 9-10 months is about the time many moms notice a decrease in the amount of milk they are able to pump anyway.
This is assuming you continue to nurse on demand when you are together and your baby is getting plenty of milk overall, which it sounds like you are doing. I definitely think it's better to do breakfast and continue to encourage frequent nursing in the evenings and at night.
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