I don't know if this is a pumping or supply issue -- they're related. My db is almost 3 mos old, and he's been sleeping through the night since he 9 weeks. Back then, his bedtime was closer to 10:30p.m. and would sleep 7-8 hrs. Now he wants to sleep at 8:30-9:00p.m. at the latest and wakes up around 6:30a.m. Being that's a 9 to 10 hr night stretch, I've been staying up til 10:30 or so to get in an extra pumping session because I'm worried that my body will want to slow down production (not just at night, but in general). I would love to go to bed at 9:00p.m. when he goes down because I'm beat by the end of the day. Do I need to keep staying up to pump that extra bit or will my body just adjust and be able to differentiate his need for milk during the day vs. night? I think my supply has been decreasing in general because I'm on The Elimination Diet due to db's allergies and I haven't been getting adequate nutrition, thus, having more reason for concern about supply. Also, I heard that many women question their milk supply around 3 mos. Does something happen to baby's needs or our production where I need to take extra action in ensuring good supply?