I need support, or a pat on the back, or to vent, or something...
My daughter, at 12.75 months, continues to be a very distracted/not very interested nurser most of the time. I wanted to nurse her until at least age 1, so to protect my low/precarious supply, I introduced solids gradually, have taken Fenugreek and other herbs and teas for ages, pumped 2-3 times per day, breastfed frequently (every 1.5-2.5 hours; 3 hours was a long gap for me), co-slept, initiated breastfeedings even when she was too busy and didn't seem interested, and tried to encourage/cajole her to breastfeed longer at each session.
Up until now, I have been giving her 2 "mini meals" and a "snack" each day. The solids haven't replaced any breastfeeding sessions. Perhaps she has gotten less milk at each session. [ETA: Well, she's not nursing exactly as much as she did when she was 6 months old, but the solids haven't replaced nursing sessions until the past few days when she has been kind of refusing to nurse at times.]
Anyway... Kellymom says "25% solids at 12 months, 50% solids at 18 months, and 80% solids at 24 months." Do you all follow this recommendation? This is stressing me out. I feel like she would definitely be more receptive to more food at this point. Plus, I would like to be able to stop stressing about supply and make breastfeeding more enjoyable if at all possible.