1) Self-weaned at about 13.5 months old. We were kind of doing the don't offer/don't refuse approach to breastfeeding as he was, and still is, an avid eater who really enjoys food. So, eventually he got to a point where he never reached out to nurse. I didn't offer/push him, because I needed to take a med he couldn't get anyways. So I decided to let him go forward with weaning and take the meds. He never looked back, and I wore a lot of guilt over the situation until I looked back and realized he really did naturally wean.
2) He is the reason I realized #1 self-weaned. If #2 could live at my breast, he would. He's 3.5 yo, and he's showing absolutely no interest in slowing down, let alone weaning. He nurses many, many times a day. It's the last thing he talks about at night and the first thing he asks for in the morning. He made it through my dry up during pg in mid 2009, and then picked up again when baby was born in Feb 2010. He's been nursing stronger than before now.
3) Still nursing. He just turned one. I am really, really happy I chose to tandem, because I adore the looks the two younger ones give each other when they are nursing at the same time. I am finding it difficult to nurse my middle child emotionally, because I'm feeling really drained emotionally since both my youngest kids nurse constantly throughout the day. The baby has very minimal interest in solids, and it seems like every couple of hours my preschooler is asking to nurse. :(
It was funny the other day, though, because someone I just met asked if baby is still taking bottles. I said, "Well, he never did. He nurses." She said, "Still??" And I said, "Yup." I felt like saying, 'yeah, well, I wonder what you would say about my 3.5 year old since you're freaked that my 1 year old nurses!'