I think you could definitely stop pumping if that is what you want to do, yet still nurse when you are home. Many toddlers nurse only once or twice a day, and that could be morning and evening for you, and maybe once during the night. The question mamaste asked about how often you pump now is an important one, because you don't want to go from pumping three times a day (for example) to not pumping at all. The key is to lessen your pumping gradually so that you don'tt get engorged. Maybe go to twice a day, lessen the amount of time, then once a day, lessen the amount of time, then not pump at all. You might find that dd nurses more on the days that you are home all day, and thus you could be full and need to pump to relieve engorgement at the beginning of your workweek. To relieve engorgement, just pump unitl your breasts are a bit less full, but not a full pumping. (If you do a full pumping, you will likely continue to make that amount of milk during the day.) Good luck finding the right balance for you and dd, and congratulations on making the decision to ebf! You are giving dd something that will last a lifetime.