I feel like I'm nursing more than ever. Some people say that the taste of the milk changes even if you don't have a supply drop and that many babies don't like it. If mine has changed, my son is loving it. He's always been a big nurser, though. He's still swallowing a lot and his diet hasn't changed much otherwise, so I am assuming he's still getting milk (he'll even gulp while nightnursing). I want to keep nursing him, and I feel like it's our strongest connection right now because I haven't been able to do much else with him lately (go out and play, etc.) due to hyperemesis. So I almost always say okay when he comes up to me to nurse. Which is often. When I'm feeling super sick or I just ate and need to let my stomach settle first, I will try to distract him, but I always eventually end up nursing him.
I think he's going through a lot developmentally, and that's wreaking havoc on his sleep. He's never slept through the night, but he was down to just a couple nightwakings at one point and could sleep up to 4 hours at a time. Now, he's really working on his language (trying to put two words together!), dealing with new strong emotions, and getting bigger by the second. And he's having a heck of a time falling asleep at all and sleeping no more than 2 hours at a time. He had started skipping his afternoon nap, which made things worse, but now he's back to napping and it helps a little bit. But nighttime is really hard these days and I don't think nightweaning is the answer at all for him. Fortunately, I am able to nap during the day with him, which is what is keeping me sane, I guess.