How do you feel about it? Do you want to stop? If you don't, your body will likely adjust and begin increasing production of milk and it will become more comfortable to nurse. If you are ready to stop then be strong but loving about your decision. Remind her the milk is gone and that your there for cuddles, love, songs, stories, and to provide her with food/drinks instead. She may need to cry about missing nursing, love her through this and tell her you and she have wonderful memories of nursing and will have many more good times ahead. This is hard to do, but I did do this with my son who I felt was close to ready and was really ready to end. I was feeling sore and honestly, tired of the nursing just to be sucked on. I think it would have been nice for him to had longer, but I couldn't do it anymore. So, we talked about how the milk was going away for a while and then when he was down to 1 or 2 times a day, I told him one day it was really gone and I stuck to it. I spent extra time doing other things with him and after about a month, he asked if he could just put his hand on me. That was really sweet, he was really comforted by this and we did this for awhile till he didn't need it anymore. Sorry this is so long! I just wanted it to convey to you that you need to really examine what you are ready for and to give you some support if you are ready to be done. It is a hard choice.