Re: Nursing and feeding solids
At under a year, a baby's primary source of nutrition should be breastmilk. How many nursing sessions it takes to get to that point is pretty different for every mom- but for my kid it seemed to take at least 8-12 nursing sessions per day. This was probably because she was not eating more than a teaspoon or two of solid food per day until 14-15 months.
If I added things up correctly, you're nursing around 5 times a day, correct? That's a good number, but it certainly wouldn't hurt to offer the breast more frequently and nurse immediately before offering solids so that the baby fills up on milk instead of solids. It's not that solids are unhealthy- just that breastmilk is more healthy, YK? Also, the more you nurse, the more you will produce, since supply = demand. I wouldn't be overly concerned about your supply, though- you're obviously producing some milk, and some is always better than none! As long as your baby will nurse, let him nurse.
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