Great job making it to one year, DG! That is my goal as well, but I don't think we're going to make it. So far she has been formula free, but in August we have to go to a wedding in Maine (DH is in it) and he doesn't want to take Olivia along. I will definitely take the pump along, but I barely pump enough now to make her bottles every day and I don't have much of a freezer stash left so if we were to leave her behind she would need formula. I'm not against formula, but after working so hard to make it this far without having to give it to her it's kind of heartbreaking to have to because of something like that. I want to take my mom along to Maine so we can take Olivia along and she can watch her while we do the wedding stuff. Of course DH doesn't like that idea! SweetestTea - I remember going through the exact same thing with Olivia at that age and I swore it was her teeth. Everyone told me no way, they don't get teeth that early, but the ped had said it definitely could be her teeth not coming in, but descending in her gums. Her first tooth started actually popping through around the 5 month mark, but WELL before that we dealt with the drooling, hand chewing, general fussiness, etc. Ambrosia - my only recommendation is to drink LOTS of water. That seems to help me if my supply seems a bit low. Also believe it or not beer seems to help. I have read many conflicting reports on this, but for me personally it seems to work. I'm not a big beer fan, but one night our neighbors were over after Olivia had went to bed and I had a beer. I woke up the next morning to find my shirt soaked and my breasts so hard and full that they hurt! That was normal for me in the early weeks, but not so much now. It's hard to do the beer thing though when they are so little and feeding more often, as you are supposed to wait 2 hours after having a drink before feeding so the alcohol is out of your system. That was one of the nice things about Olivia sleeping the longer stretches at night - I could have a glass of wine (or in that case a beer!) It's a supply and demand system, so I would also recommend a double electric pump (and yes, they are expensive but well worth it if you plan to breastfeed long term!) and at the times you supplement him with formula I would pump to keep your body signaling to produce more milk.