My daughter said today that her pediatrician said her milk is drying up. I was surprised, because my ten week old grandson has breast fed well and my daughter loves the bonding experience. My daughter had a cesearean and my grandson has grown from a birth weight of 7 pounds to 13 pounds. She said that the baby has been crying non-stop after breastfeeding, so she gives him some formula as the doctor suggested and even a few spoonfuls of rice cereal. The baby stops crying and is happy. My daughter has been pumping which doesn't make sense to me since she doesn't work outside the home. She said pumping helps her milk come in. I tried to give advice but I never had this particular problem. I breastfed each of my children for about two years. I raised some big healthy kids and always had plenty of milk. I told my daughter that I always let the baby eat until he was full and never fed him formula. I never pumped and would leave formula for the babysitter to only be used if it was absolutely necessary to calm him. I usually wasn't gone for more than 2-3 hours, so the formula wasn't necessary. Does anyone have some suggestions that I could give my daughter so she doesn't lose her milk?