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Poll Results: how old are your nursling/nurslings now?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 20% (67)
    under 12mos
  • 15% (49)
    13mos to 18mos
  • 13% (44)
    19mos to 24mos
  • 13% (44)
    25mos to 30mos
  • 8% (27)
    31mos to 36mos
  • 11% (36)
    3yrs to just about 3.5yrs
  • 5% (18)
    3.5yrs to just about 4yrs
  • 4% (13)
    4yrs to just about 4.5yrs
  • 2% (7)
    4.5yrs to just about 5yrs
  • 1% (5)
    5yrs to just about 5.5yrs
  • 1% (4)
    5.5yrs to just about 6yrs
  • 0% (2)
    6yrs to just about 6.5yrs
  • 0% (3)
    6.5yrs to just about 7yrs
  • 0% (1)
    over 7yrs
320 Total Votes  
post #41 of 74
Emily is 39 months, Liam is 18 months
post #42 of 74
Victor will be 4 in January. He actually skips some days now, or asks and then "forgets" and moves on to something else. I am letting him do this completely at his pace. We have just started TTC #3.
post #43 of 74
My son just turned 23 months old yesterday and he's still going strong with our lactaid!
post #44 of 74
DS just turned 3 and has just now started to slow down on the number of nursings. He really loves his mommy's milk!
post #45 of 74
Amalia is close to 19 months. She has cut alot though anywhere between 1 time to 4-5 times a day closer to 1-2. Makes me sad
post #46 of 74
Ds is 11 months! TTC #2, and hoping that he keeps it up! Lots of the tandem mamas on this post have given me hope!
post #47 of 74
#1 is 39 months and #2 is 9 months.
post #48 of 74
5 1/2. In the last month or two, he's cut waaay down. He was nursing every night to sleep, but now he goes days without it. I think very soon we'll have our last nursing...maybe we did already...guess we'll have to wait and see.
post #49 of 74
Thread Starter 
thanks Mama's for answering this poll

it's nice knowing that a place exists where nursing your child/children is considered normal. IRL, it seems that i'm just showing others it can be done, where as here it's so wonderful just to share stories and offer/receive support with those that have done it/are doing it.

Happy Nursing
post #50 of 74
Ds turned 14 months today--yay, happy month-day little man! and he still nurses like a champ. All night last night, keeping me awake. Silly baby.

~Nay
post #51 of 74
ds is 28 months and still going WAY strong he his 'nursh'
and dd self weaned at 52 months. wow. I am proud
post #52 of 74

How do you vote if you are nursing two two years apart?

How do you vote if you are nursing two who are two years apart?
post #53 of 74
My son is nursing before nap and bed, and sometimes first thing in the morning. My daughter nurses whenever she needs it.
post #54 of 74
tandeming has been the best thing for my milk supply! I can even pump for a 3rd child whose mama needs some extra milk for her own low supply. Mine are 5 mo and 26 months
post #55 of 74
Wow! I feel like such a *baby* here - compared to all of you amazing mamas!

Dd is 16 1/2 months and still nursing like a trooper - solid food is definitely more of a garnish than nutrition for her! We're planning on CLW, despite less-than-helpful dr's.....

Gotta say, it's just so inspiring to be here and read all of your stories
post #56 of 74
Thread Starter 
Quote:
How do you vote if you are nursing two who are two years apart?
select each of their ages before you accept. this type of poll you can select as many as you need to select.

post #57 of 74
Almost 15 months.
post #58 of 74
k is 22.5 months and we're due with #2 in december, looking forward to tandem nursing!
post #59 of 74
DS just turned 3 in September. I'll soon have another nurseling though, in May!
post #60 of 74
I was not sure that this was the place for me yet...I have been planning to CLW for a while, but I feel a complete amateur compared to some of you mamas . But I have now started lurking here and really like this board : .
Thanks xx
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