Updated to here!
naturegirl - I'm glad that everything is going well for you, and you gotta love those little signs that everything will be okay!
JMJ - WELCOME!! I'm glad you've joined us, and congrats on the good LP!
jennyvangy - Welcome back!
Cellist - I hope your LP improves this cycle! OT, but I'm assuming you play cello? How long have you been playing?
GrapesBunch - I agree with the others in that you are on your way to O.
marmo - It looks like you could have O'd! I'm excited to see tomorrow's temp. I'm also glad i'm not the only one that plugs in fake temps, just to see what would happen, lol
sraplayas - Yay for PPAF! I don't really remember my 1st PPAF, but I'm sure others can lend their advice on the topic of normalcy.
Harmony - I've been doing similar things, but with pregnancy...like "Oh, I can't do that because I'm PG"
carmen - Hopefully we see a nice temp spike tomorrow! For us, DH wasn't able to help with nightweaning, DS would just scream louder for me, which would stress DH, which wouild stress DS, etc etc. What actually did work was moving DS in to his own bed. I lay down to nurse him at bed time, he sleeps very well on his own and comes in to our bed in the morning to wake me, lol. I think it's because he tosses and turns so much at night (like me), when we co-slept he would be like "Oh, hey momma" everytime he bumped in to me and would want to nurse.
OdinsMommy - Nice to see you again! Have fun on the rest of your trip; for a nice BFP when you get home! For day time weaning (DS was a little older than 2) I told him that if he wanted 'dootdies' (his word for booby) that we would have to lay down in his bed (this was also about when he was giving up is afternoon nap). He knew that laying down would make him fall asleep, so he always said no. He never cried about it, because I still gave him the option of having booby, just not on the couch anymore. He was never much of an 'in plublic' nurser, just because he was always too interested in other things to stop and nurse....so I never had to deny him in public, and am not sure if i ever would have, or how frequent public nursing would have changed our day weaning method. Basically, DS nurses only before bed now (not even every night, just recently), very rarely first thing in the morning and, of course, complete access when sick. HTH!
AFM: Nothing new, just waiting PS...I really like it when I respond to enough people to go through the whole rainbow when coloring names...and I like it even more when GrapesBunch just happens to be purple, LOL.