I know I'm supposed to follow her hunger cues, but that's not so easy (especially now that she's getting more expressive and mobile and, say, lapping her tongue could mean about 12 different things). So I follow a loose feeding schedule so that I don't have to worry that I'm not feeding her enough (I shoot for at least 7-8 feedings a day). When I ask people if 7-8 feedings sounds right for a 3 month old, and how many she should be having when she's 4 months old, they just tell me to "follow her hunger cues." Which isn't helpful, especially since I'm going back to work in a month and am really going to have to start scheduling feedings for real at that point (did I mention she refuses to take a bottle so my husband is going to have to bring her to my work to be fed?) So how many times a day do you guys breastfeed your 3 or 4 month old? Thanks!