Just wondering if I could join in as well. I don't know where to post.... ttc nursing, infertility?? Who knows! I have a soon-to-be-6 this month DS and an almost 15 month DD. DS was a very easy conception but DD was a whole other story. I BF DS until he was 2.5 years (15 month PPAF, annovulatory for almost 6months, short luteal phase for another 6 months). Overall, we tried for 3 years for DD, had a laproscopy (found minimal endo), got pg, had a m/c, did 3 IUIs, and then had a successful IVF cycle. While there are blessings to having a wider age gap we are hoping to add to our family sooner (and avoid a long heart-wrenching, invasive ttc story). Given how sensitive my body is to prolactin, we nightweaned DD at 11months (Dr. Jay Gordon with dad helping...worked really well). I just started my third cycle (previous 2 were 46 days, and 30 days but both annovulatory). We are going to try on our own for awhile as we've gotten pg twice before and are really "unexplained" for the most part. This board seems so supportive of each other. How have some of you who have struggled with infertility and cutting back/ weaning to get pregnant went about making decisions? I already feel the pressure to cut back because our kids would be 2 years apart already if I got pg this moment which is not very likely. For most people I know they wouldn't think anything about weaning at this age (i.e. baby should be finished already anyways) and the others who do extended BF have gotten pg easily so sometimes I feel like an island. Anyone have any experiences or thoughts? I know at LLL (which I've been very involved in for many years) says to look at the needs of your baby at the breast now vs the baby who want but may not have; that your body will accomodate another baby when your body (and your now-baby) is ready. I'm not sure I can totally agree with this now.