My 22 month old who was an all-day, all-night nurser for about a year prior to this has been really receptive to the "don't offer, don't refuse" parent-led weaning advice. For the month of January we did this as an experiment and I'm really happy with the result for both myself and my LO.
I am interested in a plan for a consistent path to weaning and would love to hear what steps you have taken following the "don't offer, don't refuse" method. I'd also like to hear general tips for parent-led weaning.
I read on another thread, for instance, that there are herbs a mother can take to dry up her milk. I'm not sure that's something I would want to do but I had never even heard of that so that makes me wonder if I'm just really out of the loop when it comes to ideas for parent-led weaning.
So, all tips and ideas are appreciated.
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