Hello all- I started my son on solids about a month ago, when he turned 6 months- beginning with rice cereal at breakfast, then slowly introducing yellow vegetables like squash, sweet potato, and carrots- one at a time, at lunch- all the while, bfing first at each meal (or giving baby ebm while I'm at work). Kind of following the "Super Baby Food" book theory. Then, we "graduated" to giving him 3 meals a day, adding rice cereal at dinner, and then nursing before bedtime. SO- my question: we visited our pedi last week, who's VERY pro-breastfeeding - and he suggested going back to solely nursing at breakfast, having a bigger lunch (with rice cereal + a veg or two), then nursing at dinner when I get home from work, and again before bed 2 hrs. later (not nursing to sleep, but during our bedtime ritual). I think his theory here is that I'll keep up my milk supply well and keep baby bfing longer. My concern is that we're going from pretty much 3 meals with solid food to only one meal. Is this enough? Can any of you give input on how you've scheduled your solids-- how often? How much? So many questions... thanks!