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#1 of 2 Old 06-06-2012, 03:08 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My husband hasn't shared his feelings until recently, but I guess he felt that I should have weaned when she hit the one year mark. Now he says things like should have taken her off while you had the chance and when are you going to wean. I guess it's for a good reason, lately she's been keeping me up all night nursing. DS self weaned at 14 months and was in his own bed by 8 months old. My DD is still in our bed keeping me up all night for boo boo.

 

She is pretty demanding about it too. She doesn't seem very interested in solids too much either. Should I be thinking about night weaning? How would that even work if she is in my bed?

 

She keeps biting and lazy latching too which is really difficult. I was hoping to nurse her until she was ready to self wean. It is getting interesting though.


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The other day I had to stop eating dinner that my DH made special for me because DD started screaming for her boo boo and tugging at my shirt even though she was in the high chair with dinner right in front of her.


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