This is my first post on this thread and I apologize in advance for being so lengthy. I had our second baby girl in April of this year. She's 4 months now. I have a bit of an oversupply created by myself. I had my baby on 4/21 and I started pumping on 4/27. When I started, I only did a few sessions, but by the time 2 weeks hit, I was pumping a half hour after each feed for 20 minutes each time. It's been an exhausting 4 months, but I'm very happy with my freezer stash. I have over 2700 ounces stored in my deep freezer and I'm running out of room. With my first daughter, I didn't know what I was doing and didn't pump after her morning feed so I supplemented with a bit of formula each day. I only pumped 10oz a day at work and didn't pump while I was with her at all. Towards the end, I got my supply up and didn't have to supplement with as much formula. With my second baby I was determined to EBF and I have been. My problem now after 4 months of pumping, she's still eating the same amount. I work from home 2 days a week and 3 days a week she goes to daycare. 2 of the days at daycare, she takes about 12-14oz and one of the days only 10oz (I get off work early on Fridays). I'm pumping around 35-46oz the days I'm not with her and when I'm with her I put away 25-30 oz. Lately, she's been feeding only on one breast and her poops are green. I know this is caused by too much foremilk. I want her to be healthy and get enough hindmilk so I'm starting to reduce my pumping while I'm home with her. I'm also starting to pump 2 times a day at work instead of 3. Is it too soon to start tapering off pumping with 2700 oz left in the freezer? Will I have enough to last me through her first birthday if I slow down now? Last night my breast was pretty engorged as I didn't pump after her last feed and she didn't feed very well on the second breast. I just want to make sure that tapering off now is ok and I don't want it to cause issues with nursing her. Any advice is greatly appreciated.