My daughter is 19 months old and I have nursed her since day one. She's never had the taste of formula in her mouth. I returned to work full time when she turned 3 months old and I have always pumped at work. Of course I did it more often in the beginning, 3 or 4 times a day. But now I only pump once a day and most days only bring home 2-3 ounces.. She also doesn't drink a bottle much anymore when I am at work. My mother says that today was the first day all week that she's wanted a bottle. When I am at home it's a different story, it's "mommy nini!!!" this and "mommy nini!!" that! And I absolutely LOVE it!!!! I love breastfeeding her! It's so special and wonderful. My question is, if I stop pumping will I still be able to nurse her when I'm at home? I don't want my supply to decrease.. But I read a lot of articles and what I am understanding is that at her age, since our breastfeeding relationship is so strong and been going on for so long, my body will adapt and she will still be able to get all the "nini" she wants when I'm at home... I also have a huge freezer stash if there comes a day that she wants some when I'm at work.. I want to be able to still nurse her at night and on the weekends. I have no desire whatesoever to wean her. I will let her decide when she has had enough. Honestly, I think I'll be super sad whenever that time comes!!! Any advice?? Anybody else nurse this long, and stop pumping?? Thanks in advance!!!