I've been ready for DD to wean on her own whenever she was ready. It's not really a huge deal that she's still nursing and I don't mind most days. But other days, it's just one more thing to do. She has been on the pure CLW path all along and has cut herself to nursing just once before bed. My husband can put her to bed if needed, but she prefers me. Even if she wasn't nursing, she would prefer me. I'm not ready to wean her quite yet, since I'm still holding out hope she'll do it on her own. Any one been there done that with words of hope? She'll be 6 years old in two months so we're at the point where it's really hard to find others in the same situation.
I did not do CLW with my oldest. I did what I called child-respected weaning. I weaned him right before 5 years old because I was ttc and tandeming and have rough pregnancies. So, DD has nursed longer than he did, but I'm done having kids so there was no reason to wean her. I'm also nursing my youngest who will be 3 years old next month and nurses 6+ times a day - though I think it was 6 times alone during the night last night. (Which isn't common for him. 8 times during the day is common but he's usually wakes 0-1 times at night to nurse).
*Edited to add: Some of it may have to do with how long I've nursed. I've nursed at least 5 times a day for 8+ years now straight. In May, I'll hit 9 years in a row of nursing. As of now, I've spent 5 years of that tandeming.