I've had breast reduction surgery and only produce a few ounces a day, so my nursling mainly nurses when he's tired or for comfort.
I also work FT.
He's pretty much abolished his evening nap, so he doesn't usually want to nurse in the evenings.
He doesn't sleep well at night, but he frequently wants a bottle and not to nurse. I usually nurse him anyway (he will nurse, it just won't put him back to sleep until he gets a bottle, I don't know why), but I'm afraid that when he's no longer teething and sleeps better, he won't nurse at night at all.
Has this happened to anyone else? Any tips for preserving the nursing relationship? I work too far from home for me to nurse over lunch. I'm thinking I might encourage him to nurse in the mornings before I go to work, maybe.
Anyone have any advice or ideas, or just support they can give me?
I'm not ready for him to wean yet.
I don't give him much in the way of nutrition, but it's still a wonderful bonding time.
**Edited to correct typing!