So...I have been worried for some time about my daughter and nursing. She is 15 months and only weighs 20 pounds 6 ounces. Not terrible, but not great. At her 12 month visit she as 19 pounds 2 ounces. She did not gain any height from 12-15 month visit. Ped has never been concerned until this visit. Her diapers are just not wet like they used to be. I know that solids are becoming a more important part of her diet, but she does not do great with those. I really would love to pump wean, but am a nurse and work 12 hour shifts and feel like my supply would be even worse. When I pump, I do it once and get about 3 oz. total for the 12 hours I am there. I am thinking my dd gets about 8-10 oz. of breastmilk from her 4 nursing sessions. There is no way she gets 16 oz of milk from these nursing sessions and is suggested. I have weighed her diapers and at most her 24 hour period of diapers was 10 oz. That was on a day with no water in her sippy. We do not do juice. Maybe I should for calorie sake? I try to sneak in butter with veggies etc. and give high fat foods avocados etc. I have tried to add in others nursing sessions, but she just is not interested. I have only given her a bit of cows milk while I am at work and she drinks about 8-10 oz. total while I am away. My concerns are is she getting enough? She is tiny!! We were in the 50%tile until her 9 month visit and keep dropping fast. I am wondering if I should try and give her some cows milk if she will take it to help her get more. She eats some cheese and yogurt and is a typical toddler, sometimes she eats and sometimes she doesn't. I am trying to let her self wean as this is very important, but not at the cost of her health. Any advice?