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Originally Posted by rachdoll
For over night, have you tried telling ds that the nursies need to rest?
|When he is rough, can you tell him that he needs to be gentle or the nursing will stop (for that session)?|
|It is so important that the nursing relationship be mutual, and if you are having a dreadful time with it, maybe there are some things you could do to gently encourage him to nurse less frequently. Can he be distracted into reading a book, or playing with playdough, or something like that? The times that he can't be distracted from nursing, you would know that he must really need to nurse.|
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