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View Poll Results: how old are your nursling/nurslings now?
under 12mos 67 100.00%
13mos to 18mos 49 100.00%
19mos to 24mos 44 100.00%
25mos to 30mos 44 100.00%
31mos to 36mos 27 100.00%
3yrs to just about 3.5yrs 36 100.00%
3.5yrs to just about 4yrs 18 100.00%
4yrs to just about 4.5yrs 13 92.86%
4.5yrs to just about 5yrs 7 50.00%
5yrs to just about 5.5yrs 5 35.71%
5.5yrs to just about 6yrs 4 28.57%
6yrs to just about 6.5yrs 2 14.29%
6.5yrs to just about 7yrs 3 21.43%
over 7yrs 1 7.14%
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#61 of 74 Old 11-07-2005, 10:59 PM
 
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My youngest is 6 months and my other nursling is 2.5 yrs.
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6 months & 24 months here!
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My lovely nursling just turned 4 three weeks ago.
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My ds is 4 years & 2 months and still going strong. He always nurses to bed and several times during the night. I wouldn't mind giving up the night sessions, lol! He'll nurse during the day if he's tired and always first thing in the morning too.
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#66 of 74 Old 11-08-2005, 04:33 PM
 
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DS will be one year old in less than a month, and I plan to nurse as long as he wants. We nurse a couple of times during the day and anywhere from 3-6 times a night.
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31 mos - my how time flies! We're still going strong. She nurses 24/7 and once we made it through the nursing madness that accompanied her last molars, I'm not even minding the night-nursing anymore. Just goin' with the flow over here...
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Xander just turned 30 months yesterday. Hayden is 5.5 months.

CD(DONA), Wife to Jason, Momma to Xander (7), Hayden (5), & Hanna (4)
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Sarah will be one tomarrow.

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My ds is a little over three years. I can't believe we are still nursing! I remember when I told DH that I was nursing past age one and wanted to CLW. His reaction was "Not past two!" Which turned into "Not past three!" Which turned into " It's really sweet and natural. He can nurse until he's done."
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DS is 4 and DD is 9.5 months. DH is betting that DD weans first!
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ds is 28 months
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My boys are 2 1/2 and 5 1/2 and happily nurse together. My 5 y o only nurses for 2 minutes at bedtime and 2 minutes when he wakes up, he is going down to 1xday when he is six and is going to wean when he is 6 1/2, he decided on this plan when he is four and is still sticking to it-we shall see, we didn't go down to the two times a day until about 9 months ago, as each time we would try to cut back, he seemed to be stressed out and upset, so we have gone slowly and added back more nursing if he needed it and he has stayed content and happy!

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my boy is 33 mos. and still crazy about "mook".

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