It seems to me given the situation it might be time to go back to court and possibly have the mom charged with contempt for interfering with the court order. It seems highly likely parental alienation is at play here.
Both mine dropped naps at that age for the same reason. After a few weeks skipping they were fine and never needed to nap unless sick or very overtired.
I would give skipping naps a try and maybe make bedtime slightly earlier to compensate.
I kept breastfeeding my dd when I was pregnant. I think my milk mostly disappeared just after 30 weeks but that doesn't stop her. I tandem nursed after the birth too and it made everything so much easier. I could nurse both together instead of having a demanding little one insisting I play instead of feed her baby brother.
I do wish I had night weaned prior to the birth. I found nursing two through the night very difficult.
I thought even people that teach CIO say not to start before the child turns 1? If that is the case you could show him that to buy a little more time.
Even a few months makes a difference at this point.
I would like to join. It will be my first time!
I am tracking food and water using MyFitnessPal and loving it. I am down 14 pounds right now. It was 20 pounds 2 weeks ago before going off then going on holiday.