I have been exclusively breastfeeding my 8m old twins since birth. I have never had to supplement with formula, and they only take a bottle for 2-4 feedings a week. My girls were born at 37w3d and were 5lb5.5oz and 5lb10oz at birth. One was in the NICU, but was able to nurse on day 2 and came home with us on day 5, the other was with me from the start and nursed as soon as i was able to hold her. they have never had problems latching and have always strongly preferred the breast to the infrequent bottle. They have always been slow growers, and have never been over the 10% in any category, and their doctor has not been concerned, but at 6m he strongly suggested that I add solids to their diet to increase growth, and I had no problem with that. They were developmentally ready for solids. In the last 3 weeks I have become increasingly concerned with the amount of breast milk they are getting. In the morning and through the afternoon I seem to be able to satisfy their needs, bu before dinner and before bed, they seem frustrated with the lack of letdown or amount of milk they are able to get. They generally will not nurse for more than 5-10min in the evening, then they just unlatch and get irritable. I never wanted to supplement with formula, but its getting to the point where I am afraid I am not join o have much choice. I have gone through most of my freezer supply just working 2 nights a week, and I am not seeing good results when I am able to pump (2-4 oz total). At this point I am only able to pump once a day (I do not work outside the home on a regular basis, so my girls only take a bottle for 2 maybe 4 feedings a week) at night when they go to bed, but I am always fraud to pump more than that because it seems like every time I do one of them wants to nurse and then they are even more frustrated because it takes forever for letdown. I just don't know what else to do to keep up with them, and I am scared at their 9 month check up they are going to be way too small on the charts. I am disappoint and feel like a failure because I really wanted to make it to a year with them. I don't want to lose the closeness and bonding of breast feeding, I love being the one that provides their nourishment, but I also couldn't stand it if my girls were hungry or not growing properly because I didn't want to supplement. FYI, I have tried fenugreek with little result, more milk plus which I actually felt decreased my supply, and I have tried eating oatmeal daily. Thank you in advance for any help.