After reading all your comments I don't think I'll even look at the article.
I guess I'm in a similar situation (except not so dramatic). I was imagining tandem nursing, but DS (2.75) slowly weaned (I thought) during my pregnancy but then wanted to try it again several weeks after baby arrived. I was warned by DH that it would create problems if I let him, but I went ahead anyway b/c I was losing patience with DS all the time and I though it would help our relationship.
I made him stop about 1 1/2 months ago because:
(1) His latch had never been good and was causing me pain by trying to suck like with a straw ---- AND he couldn't seem to nurse w/out using his teeth! I tried to teach him to nurse properly, but couldn't. My local LLL seems to be in favor of weaning a child over 2.
(2) DH would glare at me anytime I nursed him or he asked to nurse.
Now I don't know why, but I'm feeling guilty. He never cried or seemed overly distressed at the loss, but sometimes I feel like his health and our bond has suffered. He's gotten even skinnier b/c he was never a big eater.
I am torn between letting it go at this point b/c he doesn't ask anymore, or encourging his to have a "nursie" once in a while if he wants one (but I would have to ask him). My relationship with DH is pretty frightful right now, and I don't want more tension in the household either. Tough decision!