DS started daycare at 10 months old and will be 1 year old in a few weeks. I pump 6-8 oz when I'm at work and send about 7-8 oz with him each day, but he usually only drinks 4 or so. His caregiver says he just doesn't seem interested in drinking from a bottle (though at home I know he loves drinking water from any kind of bottle or cup). I told her to let me know if she thinks he could go without it altogether, as I'd be happy to stop pumping. At home he does most of his nursing at night, though he does nurse a couple of times a day on the weekends, mostly for comfort. He eats whatever I'm eating at regular meals so is getting plenty to eat.
When did you stop sending breastmilk to daycare? If I do stop, should I let her offer him milk instead? I don't drink cow's milk myself, so I'd probably send almond milk or something if I did that. Or is water sufficient?