My dd is 7 1/2 months now and she does solids some of the time, but not always.
She is nursing for longer periods of time and less often, but all in all, it doesn't seem like she is nursing very much.
Should I be concerned that she isn't getting enough??
She only poos every few days, but that started before she begun to nurse less...........
My DD is 7 months. She nurses alot in the hour or two before waking, she often feeds about an hour or two after waking, before her morning nap. After that, I've noticed that she doesn't nurse that much for the rest of the day. Maybe once or twice until evening. Then she begins to nurse alot more in the evening, preparing for bedtime.
She doesn't eat solids yet, not interested.
I would not worry. Just look at what you would have before...sufficient wet diapers during the day, happy and healthy and alert, reaching developmental milestones, not losing weight, etc. If everything else is fine, just relax and TRUST in your body!
Homeschooling, Homesteading Mama to DD ('02) and DS ('04)
My baby turned 4 months old today. He nurses about every 3 hours during the day - but at night he seems to "cluster feed" when he is fussier and preparing to go down to bed at night. I think you should just be sure your baby seems happy. Offer him/her the breast more often if you think he/she isn't eating enough. At 7 months, I'm sure he/she is pretty efficient at nursing in a shorter time period.
Leslie in MD