Well. Actually 28 more days until my twin girls turn one. I breastfed one girl for almost 6 months exclusively and the other one got pumped milk. Then after 6 months both got only pumped milk (and then solids etc). I'm super proud of myself but also a little worried because all of a sudden my supply is decreasing more than ever. I didn't have a 9 month or 10 month pump slump - could I be having one now? I have a freezer stash that we've been using to make the twins food with and I can certainly break into it to help make sure they've got enough milk for the day, but once we transition to cows milk I want to make sure I have enough to help them through that. Ideally, I really wanted to donate to a milk bank because one of my girls was a preemie and if I didn't have enough milk and my state did milk banks I would have loved the idea. But now, I'm wondering if I'll even make enough milk to pump 28 more days! Maybe amping up the mother's milk tea will help? I think the time change screwed up everything b/c I had to adjust my pumps on Saturday night/Sunday morning. Thoughts?