My son was born at 36 weeks and spent two weeks in NICU. During that time I pumped for him and in the course of two weeks developed an oversupply (pumping seven times a day, I've been making over 40 ounces every 24 hours-I actually had to start storing his milk at home). Once they got him up to full feeds four days ago I was allowed to nurse him, so I've been nursing him for two feedings and he's been doing great and we were cleared to switch to exclusive nursing upon discharge today without supplements. Now, my only problem is weaning my supply down to match his demand. I want to do it gradually so I won't be in pain and also so I won't harm my supply. To that end I'm planning on no bottles for the next two to three weeks and only pumping for five to ten minutes after a feed as needed so I avoid engorgement. Any other tips? I'm not new to pumping (I EP'ed for my daughter for a year and made a ton of milk) but syncing up my supply to my son's demand is foreign territory for me.