Edited by 1babysmom - 3/19/13 at 6:27pm
I'm still nursing 19 month old DS2. If all goes well (keeping my fingers crossed!) this will be the 4th pregnancy I nurse through. I tandem nursed DS1 and DD1 during my pregnancy with DD2, just had a single nursling through the others. DS2 is nursing less than the others were at this age, though, so I'll just have to see how it goes.
Still nursing my girl, at over 2.5 years old. I was having a bit of soreness on latch as well, which prompted me to take the pregnancy test. We're still nursing a lot, and I don't have plans to wean immediately, but I would really like if she would wean on her own before long. I really want a bit of a break before baby #2 gets here!
I am, my 20 month old daughter still nurses maybe 10x/day (and night). I am considering night weaning but haven't committed to it yet. She's actually been pretty good lately through the night- maybe letting me sleep 5 hours or more before having about 3 nursing sessions before morning. But still, I can't even figure out the logistics of being 7 months preggo and nursing in bed.
2 1/2 yo DS is still nursing. It hurts! The latch hurts, but it continues to hurt throughout his nursing. It doesn't help that he's super wiggly, and wants to switch sides every 10 seconds because I don't really have any milk anymore (haven't for several months now). I've been trying to limit it to 3-4 times a day for a while, but I think I'm going to get a little more strict with it now. I don't really want to tandem, but I don't know if I'm going to be successful in weaning him before the new babe comes. We'll see how it goes.
Its so good to see mothers that are extended nursing like i am. I have 3 children. DD1 7, DD2 6, and DS1 just turned 4. My DS is still nursing. Mostly first thing in the morning and right before bed. He also nurses some duing the day depending on day and if he is tired. I do not plan to wean him, but my hubby is a little weirded out by my 4 year old son nursing. I dont plan on forcing weaning him but I am not sure he will still be nursing when baby comes. I did tandem nursed my girls (they are only 17 months apart) and i loved it.