It sounds like StartingAllOver has her mind made up that it is "assinine" to try and breastfeed a 7.5 month old baby more than 3-4 times a day because that is how frequently all her babies breastfed. One can easily find out when to start yogurt by going to google. StartingAllOver came to Mothering. Traditionally Mothering has been an advocate for babies and evidence based practice. I believe that if someone comes to Mothering for advice they should be open to well-meaning, baby-friendly posts. Facts (evidence based practice) can be hard to present without upsetting someone's beliefs ('22 years experience and my kids turned out fine', 'it is assine to try and breastfeed more than 3-4 times a day'). When you upset someone, they are no longer interested in anything you have to say ('I only want info on when to start yogurt').
We know for sure (evidence based practice) that a 7 month old baby needs around 30 oz of human milk at 7 months and needs to breastfeed at least every 3-4 hours (maybe one longer stretch every 24 hours, typically at night).
Is it assinine to breastfeed more if a baby is fine with 3-4 times a day? Isn't it the mother's responsibility to make sure her baby get's enough human milk? If she isn't unwilling to change her breastfeeding behaviors, she can express and feed her milk by bottle or cup. She can seek out human milk from a milk bank or other sources.
StartingAllOver made her information a public discussion. What if someone read her question and thought it was okay to breastfeed a 7 month old 3 times a day because they read it on Mothering and no one commented on it? I probably couldn't have said anything that would have made any difference to the OP because of her beliefs.