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About a year ago I got the advice (from you all) to breastfeed my boys to sleep for naps and night. It has aided in hundreds of cry-less sleep sessions, thankfully. Now they are 19 months, should I still be doing it? Everyone around me has babies that go to sleep without nursing (older and younger).
What should we be doing now to guide them to not to need me in the future? Or does this occur over time? Since nobody I know nurses their babies to sleep I don't have a true picture of how this is going to play out in the long run...
I must say, though, that I have been nursing mine to sleep separately. I can't imagine the logistics of nursing them both to sleep tandem, since we do it side-lying. I nurse DD while DS hangs out in the sling with my husband and "helps" with the dishes, and once DD is asleep I come get DS and nurse him to sleep.
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