Let me give some background before I ask my question.
I've been breastfeeding my daughter for 7 Months now. We both really enjoy the closeness... I know because she doesn't fall asleep easily unless I nurse her. I started solids at 6 Months mainly because the milk I banked over a three month maternity leave period has really dwindled. I was having trouble keeping up with how much she was eating while I was at work (at times she would consume 16-24 ounces in 8 hours!). I did pump twice at work and once before bedtime, and would breastfeed her whenever I was at home, but I still coudln't keep up with her.
Fastforward to where we're at now. She still loves to breastfeed, but is now eating solids three times a day. I'm able to bank a little more milk this way and still breastfeed her whenever i am home, but i'm worried whether or not she's getting the nutrition she needs from eating solids. I also don't want her to self-ween before a year. I'm still pumping three times a day, twice at work, once before I go to bed. Her feeding routine on a WORKDAY generally looks like this:
9am Solids - Banana Cereal/Fruit, 4-8oz. bottled breastmilk afterwards
12-1pm Solids - Plain Cereal, Fruit, Veggie, 4-8 oz. bottled breastfmilk afterwards
5pm - Solids - Plain Cereal, Meat, Fruit Veggie, Breastfeeding afterwards
7-8pm - Breastfeed
Can I have opinions on this? Advice? I know peole suggest breastfeeding before offering solids, but because she was slow to eat the solids, I reversed the order. Now she's really enjoying solids. Should I switch to breastfeed first, solids second?