Well my 4 mo. old has his first fit of congestion. I am not sure if this is a cold or possibly some allergic rhinitis, because his eczema has suddenly gotten a bit worse as well (before it was a mild case with a few dry skin patches here and there)...He is not running a fever and seems to be feeling relatively okay otherwise (just a runny nose and congestion, especially heard while nursing)...Now, I am having concerns as to whether or not he may be eating less than usual. It seemed like his diaper count may have been a bit less yesterday, and my breasts may be a bit fuller than usual. My question is, should I be pumping just in case he is not eating as much? I was having a bit of an issue with oversupply beforehand (that seemed to clear up when I stopped eating oatmeal-didn't know it could increase your milk!) so I wasn't sure if this fullness was just a little bit of that issue again or not, because a few days ago I was worried that my milk might be a little low so I was switching breasts a little more often than usual (usually I do about a 3 hour block)...So does anyone know if it would be a better idea for me to pump some just in case, or if I should just let it go and if my LO is eating a bit less than usual than he'll just nurse a little more frequently when he feels better to bring it back to where he wants it? I just wish I knew for sure whether or not this was oversupply or baby not eating as much as usual. I'll be keeping a very close watch on diaper count throughout the day. Thanks in advance for any help!!!