So over it...
That may mean night weaning, or limiting night nursing. It may mean slowly moving toward only nursing at certain times of the day instead of on demand.
That's ok. It's hard sometimes to switch your mind set from the nursing needs of an infant (on demand, 24 hours/day) to the nursing needs of a toddler which for some means shifting to a new arrangement that helps you maintain your sanity.
Come here and vent! I so understand what you are going through.
Don't worry about solids! If she's growing well and is active, she probably doesn't need THAT much solids.
Go out. It might sound more tiring, especially if you are sleep deprived, but if you take her to the park, or for long walks in the stroller, or just grocery shopping, chances are she won't ask to nurse that often, and maybe she'll sleep better at night.
Hugs. It will get better.
My toddler I night weaned completely, my younger one doesn't nurse from bedtime to at least four am. I am thinking this summer to switch him to when the sun comes up... so it gets later! 4 am still seems quite early.
Glad it worked out for you.
Mamazee, it's true, I was really close to throwing in the towel. Now I am reinvigorated! Lets here it for 4 hours of uninterrupted sleep!