DD is going to be transitioning to the toddler room at day care soon, and can't have breastmilk there. Yes, I know I could fight it, but I've considered all the factors and thought long an hard about it, and I've chosen not to (I'm happy to go over the details, but it's a wordy thought-process story). She'll be about 13 months when she transitions.
My plan is to slowly wean myself from the pump so as to not completely tank my supply. I'm wondering what I can realistically expect this to be like? Currently I pump at 9, 11, 1-2, 4. Sometimes it's 10, 1, 4. My thought was to initially drop to 10 and 1. Then eventually just the 1:00. And then cut that out and be done pumping. My supply is not huge to begin with- so I don't want to do anything that will make it disappear.
Should I expect any difference in how she nurses at home? She'll be moving to cow milk at day care (or possibly goat or soy, we've had some dairy issues with her in the past).
Insights, thoughts, suggestions?