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Poll Results: my NIGHTWEANED (but not fully weaned) little one is:

 
  • 5% (4)
    12-18 mo and sleeps in bed with me
  • 4% (3)
    12-18 mo and sleeps in the same room as me
  • 18% (13)
    12-18 mo and sleeps in a separate room
  • 15% (11)
    18-24 mo and sleeps in bed with me
  • 5% (4)
    18-24 mo and sleeps in the same room as me
  • 14% (10)
    18-24 mo and sleeps in a separate room
  • 36% (26)
    24+ mo
71 Total Votes  
post #21 of 22

Night weaning is not preferable Not until at least the baby is six months old. If it is not possible to feed a baby at night with suggestions from a doctor one can always use powder milk. A mother should feed her baby till at least two years old. A night weaning can only be seen as a last choice. Always consult a doctor before weaning.


Edited by kinley - 11/10/10 at 9:06am
post #22 of 22
I nightweaned my dd when she turned two. It probably took a couple of months for it to fully get into the routine and for her to sttn. She still day nurses (and nurses to sleep) now at 34 mo old. She sleeps in a crib sidecared to our bed and at some point crawls over into our bed and snuggles in with us.
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