I knew we were going to have an interesting time with solids, when at 4 or 5 months my son started grabbing food off of my plate. I held out until 6 months to start feeding him solids, and started slowly with bananas and avacados. Okay, so he loved those. I started adding more foods, plus oatmeal and he has loved everything I've given him. The ped said that he could eat up to 3 meals a day, and I was trying to make sure he was still *mostly* nursing, and then it happened - the nursing strike. He is refusing breastmilk (both from boob and bottle) and my supply is dwindling very quickly. I can't pump worth anything - literally - I get next to nothing (besides very sore nipples) after 10-15 minutes and I've always been that way. I know it doesn't indiciate my supply but it isn't heping me keep my supply UP either. So I cut out the solids cold turkey, and am forcing him to nurse, plus hand expressing between. I am also taking More Milk Plus. Please, please, someone tell me there is something else I can do. And even if I do get my supply back up, how do I continue to nurse a kid who just wants to eat grown-up food. How much breastfeeding can I safely cut out of his diet? I am so frustrated. My plan is to nurse to at least a year, though I'd be happy to go longer. Help!