First of all I can't believe I'm posting here.
For the last two months my son has only nursed 3 times a day because he has been distracted, and I work full time. The pump wasn't getting much, and I had all but given up. I started him on whole milk, which he was digging, while I occasionally nursed him (mornings and nights mostly).
Now, I'm on break for three weeks, and my son has ditched the bottle. He may be going through a growth spurt, but he is nursing at least six times a day now and sometimes at night. (And I mean nursing for a long time for like 15 minutes or more.) He seems satisfied, but I guess my question is will solids and BM be enough? He just turned a year old. He eats three times a day, and he does take some juice and water, maybe 3 ounces.
I haven't pushed the cow milk because I'm wasting it. He'll maybe take an ounce and stop, and I don't reheat it.
I will go back to work in three weeks, so that will probably change the nursing dynamic again, but I don't want to deprive my son. Plus, sans the critics who want me to wean him, nursing is so much more convenient and awesome!
(FYI 4-5 wet diapers and 1 poop a day.)