If you're still nursing and you and your baby are both enjoying it, there's no need to begin weaning until your baby initiates the process himself. Self-weaning often begins as babies get busier and more mobile; until then, in addition to the solid foods your baby is eating, he should be getting about 28 to 32 ounces of breast milk daily — about four feedings.
And stay away from cow's milk, which your baby's digestive system can't handle at this stage. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that parents wait until their child is at least a year old before giving him anything from Bossy.
FYI: The composition of your breast milk has changed: It now matches your baby's specific needs for more protein and minerals. You two are really in sync!