As the baby grows and becomes more efficient at breastfeeding, you may be able to space out feedings and pumping sessions slightly.
It's important to pay attention to your baby's hunger cues and feed them whenever they show signs of being hungry.
If you are pumping because you are returning to work or will be separated from your baby for extended periods of time, it's a good idea to pump at least once during the night to maintain your milk supply.
You may also want to pump once during the day in addition to breastfeeding to build up a stash of expressed milk for when you are away from your baby.
It's also important to remember that every baby is different and has different feeding needs.
It's a good idea to consult with a lactation consultant or your healthcare provider for personalized advice on pumping and breastfeeding schedules for your newborn.