I know it's not as much as it could be, but for several reasons I am only able to breastfeed my ten month old consistently in the morning and in the evening before bed.
I occasionally can squeeze in an extra feeding in the middle of the day.
On the weekends, I'd say she nurses 3-5 times in a day.
During the week, between feedings, she eats solids well (healthy organic foods) and she drinks 1-2 bottles of goat's milk (not raw, store-bought).
Should I be concerned about her not getting enough breastmilk for brain/body growth? (She seems to be thriving just fine...)
Would you be concerned? If so, what would you do to remedy it, if more breastfeeding was not an option?