Hi! I was blessed with being able to breastfeed until my son was almost 2 years old. He was VERY sensitive to what I ate. Sometimes I forgot that what I ate changed the consistency and taste of my breastmilk. Especially if it was particularly spicy. It might not will taste like a jalapeño to him, lol, but what you eat changes your milk.
I found amazing help at an all natural supplement store and they had pull forms of the common milk supply teas to take. I could never stand the taste of the teas. I’m not sure what you have available, but amazon sells a lot of amazing products as long as you check them out well first.
Jessica B is right. What you eat affect the taste of your milk. For example coconut make your milk taste foul. So check what your eating😁.
And if he does want your breast at least pump and give home the bottle.
Good old luck
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