I have been browsing tons of these threads and I need some advise on making myself a plan for me and my DD2. I will be returning to work in a little over a month, and I have been exclusively breast feeding. DD2 has only had a couple of bottles in her 10.5 month old life. I am not pumping, I have pumped previously and have a stash, which I believe I will dip into to start giving her bottles as I have to go in and train for a couple of days before I start work. How do I go back to work and continue to breastfeed without pumping? I am so worried about not being able to keep my supply. The pump does not like me. I struggle to pump even an ounce per session (in the morning) and by evening nothing comes out. I was like this for my DD1. I have no idea even on how to bottle feed my girl. Amounts and times totally freak me out as I have always fed on demand. She's teething something horrible right now and has not been nursing like normal, so my supply is suffering right now , but she does nurse frequently through the night, (every 2 hours or more if she has a bad night) and nurses anywhere from 5-6 times a day. (Wow that sounds like a lot!) she's really interested in solids, but mostly my food. She hates baby food. She is not eating much lately because of the pain from teething. I have read lots that night nursing is a working moms best friend, but I don't know how it will be possible to keep up with that many night nursing and working...... We cosleep, but I actually get up to nurse her. I don't know what my game plan is and time is running out!