Boob Scoop: After the first few months, you may be surprised that your baby is not nursing as frequently as the early months, which may lead you to question whether something is going on. As babies grow and become more efficient with nursing they don't need to be at the breast as often. Feeding frequency varies from baby to baby and is partly dependent on the mother's breast storage capacity (http://yummymummystore.com/blog/Breast-storage-capacity). But no need to worry - efficiency is usually the driver of your baby's less frequent feeds.
Sharen Medrano, IBCLC (www.nycbreastfeeding.com)Read More