I agree, wait to see if a problem crops up and then deal with it if/when it does.
You may never have a problem. I didn't with DS - though I gained a LOT with his pregnancy, I lost almost all of it with basically no effort other than what I would call sensible eating, such as not buying cookies etc, but not actively restricting intake or tracking food.
With DD, I have had to pay a lot more attention to what I eat in order to lose weight, and I have had to actively track my food intake. I don't know if I am just older, or if it is because she is smaller and nurses less, or some other reason.
So my guess is you won't know whether you will hit a plateau or have difficulty maintaining supply until it actually happens, so just enjoy your little one and keep doing what works!
"You gain strength, confidence, and courage by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face." Eleanor Roosevelt
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