I think what LLLMeg is asking is whether your baby has followed a typical breastfed baby growth trajectory. That is, relatively rapid growth in the first weeks and months, gradually slowing as the baby gets older. If you tracked that growth on a curve, it would look like this: http://kellymom.com/wp-content/uploa...irls_p_0_2.jpgWhen you say pattern do you mean Centile?
The average breastfed baby is going to gain about 155-241 g per week for the first 4 months, 92-126 g per week from 4-6 months, and 60-80 g per week from 6-12 months.
If you have oversupply and you're having no trouble getting more milk than your baby takes, you have some nice weight-boosting options even if your baby is refusing to nurse. For example, you could offer bottles of double-cream breastmilk. You can make this sort of bottle by allowing one bottle to sit in the fridge for a bit, and when the fat separates out, taking the fat and adding it to a second bottle of expressed milk, a bottle which is then fed to the baby. You could also try freezing your milk and making a nice slush out of it. You could even make yogurt out of surplus milk! And of course, you could thin your baby's solids (if you choose to continue them) with breastmilk.