I'm pregnant with my second child and, as I've figured out, my supply is running low. This worries me because my DD bf'd a LOT. Usually, since she was around seven months, her breakfast would consist mostly of bm, and around mid-morning I would give her fruits and grains. She would continue snacking, drinking juice and bf'ing throughout the day, until one solid sit-down where I would feed her veggies and meat (mostly chicken). Her pediatrician said to feed her meat, for protein, twice a day no substitutes, but LO refused to eat more than once so I tried not to force-feed her. She is a year and two weeks old now, and as my pregnancy entered it's second trimester (I'm sixteen weeks) I noticed she started to wean from many of the sessions, and I figured she was weaning herself, until I learned that my supply is not entirely up to her needs. I'm very worried for her health, even though she seems to be fine. She does ask for liquids throughout the day, and whenever we eat, she usually eats a very tiny portion, but she's still dependant to bm and I fear she is not getting the nutrition she needs. Any thoughts?