My little boy has lost interest in BFing during the day, just wondering if this is the norm at this age?
Sometimes he will take a bit before his daytime naps, other times he refuses.
He always has a proper BF at about 8pm, before bed, and usually a short feed at about 2am... and any other time he wakes up at night (sometimes several times!)
Hoping this will be enough to keep my supply going? I've already noticed my breasts have shrunk a cup size and my nipples look smaller...!!
My baby lost interest in the day for a bit unless I lay down with him for a nap. He is a notorious comfort sucker at night so it's hard to tell how much he is getting. I would think your milk will keep going as long as you feed on demand. My mum fed me until I was 3 and I was just having a morning and night feed for a year. So I would say he feeds properly three times in the day (one is upon waking) the the others a shorter feed with naps and two full feeds at night with an occasional trickle. In the day he also occasionally just checks it's still there but doesn't really feed LOL!
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