I'm trying really hard not to be bothered by this but I am , and since all you ladies are so nice around here I'm posting to get some feedback on this issue.
Yesterday was DD 2mo checkup. Everything is great, she is doing all the things she is supposed to, cooing, smiling, attempting to grab objects, etc.
She also sleeps through the night, and is a very very happy and quiet baby. She feeds really well, every 3hs or so during the day, just one breast. Her diaper count is very good, everything goes by the book.
And then, the doctor goes and tells me I have to start pumping and measure if I produce more than 5 oz per breast, b/c "some mothers produce a lot of milk", and if that's the case to give her a call b/c we have to make some changes to baby's eating.
DD is now at 98% in the infamous weight curve, or whatever it's called, and 95% height, so she said she does not want her to keep going "up" in the curve and not to start tampering off, like is supposed to.
Baby was born 8lb 14oz, a week after she was 8lb 12oz and measured 22in.
At her 2mo she weights 14lb 15oz, and measures 24in.
She is healthy, happy and seems to be doing great. I chose to take dr's advice with a grain of salt, and continue feeding my baby on demand when she wants to and for as long as she wants to, that's what my "mommy" instinct is telling me.
Did this happen to any of you mommies out there? What did you think/do?
I appreciate any feedback!!!