I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right place. My question is somewhat related to the "norm" of breastfeeding a toddler but also to weaning. My DD is 19 months old, and I have no intention of weaning her before she's ready. That being said, she used to nurse every 2 hours but has gone closer to 4 hours during the day in the past few months. She continues to nurse at night every 2-4 hours (longer in between feedings as the night goes on and she sleeps deeper). I am home with her four days a week and work three days a week. On work days, I send EBM with her to daycare. I usually send 8 ounces, which she gobbles up. They have extra in the freezer, and she sometimes consumes an extra 4 ounces, though this isn't an everyday thing. At any rate, I am still pumping 3 times a day at work, and I have noticed that my output is much less than it used to be. At this point, I'm bringing home 8 ounces at the beginning of my three-day work week and this progressively declines to 4 ounces by Day 3. So, on average, I bring home 18 ounces in a week, and I send 24 ounces in a week. I would like drop one pumping session, and in trying this, I have found that my output is even less (big surprise, right?). I've done the math, and with what I bring home weekly plus my freezer stash, I would run out in about 5 more months. But, what do I do then if she is still nursing and taking milk at daycare? How is this "supposed" to work? What's the norm? Do I start sending other liquids? Do I start sending just what I pump and give her water for the rest of the day? Do I add back in that pumping session I had dropped? Or should I even drop it??? Technically, dropping that third pump would be closer to her daytime nursing schedule - it just doesn't produce as much as I think she'd like to drink. Ugh! I think I make myself crazy with this stuff. Any help would be appreciated!!