But I dont plan on weaning her before that. If I pump milk for the time I am gone and she drinks it in a cup - will she still nurse when I get home? Will solids and expressed breast milk tide her over enough?
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And yes, DEFINITELY pump while you're gone. If not... :
At 13 mos, your DD may still be nursing as much as she does now, just with a bit of solids thrown in. Would you do it now?
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Originally Posted by MommytoTwo
Well if it were right now I just wouldnt go. I am sure by that age she will be eating a lot of solids, so I will just pump a lot. Maybe I can make it for one night - we'll have to wait and see. Or who knows maybe the couple will cancel the wedding and I wont have to worry about it. :LOL
I agree that you should pump a lot while away, if you have to go without your dc.
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