13-14 months. I so wanted to at 9-10 months, but I held out for that 1 year mark and then jumped in with both feet. I'm glad I did. Just those few months made such a difference and I feel like DD was ready for it.
12 months. It was time consuming for the first week, but she didn't freak out and cry or anything. She would just roll around, "talk" and take awhile to get resettled. I'm so glad we did though. I was a much happier momma after.
We're at 3 years, 3 months, and I haven't night weaned yet. I plan on doing child-led weaning, but I don't know if we will do child-led night weaning. Right now it is more convenient to nurse him than not, but we'll see. I'm thinking about night weaning over the summer possibly.
20 months but went VERY slow and started introducing the idea earlier by playing games during the day... turning light switches off, acting out going to sleep and that everyone sleeps at night even boobies sleep at night. It was fun and worked well at night to remind her "see? it's dark, mommy's sleeping, daddy's sleeping, and boobies are sleeping" <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
I think it was around their first birthday, not sure when exactly, but it was pretty painless. I would literally turn my back and tell them quietly "its not time yet, go back to sleep" and after a few nights they stopped waking up. My son was done in around 2 weeks and my daughter about the same. I knew they didn't need to nurse, they just wanted to nurse, so if it was available great, if not they didn't sweat it.
Around age 2... then had to re-do it 2 months later and a month after that, due to travel and illness. We still (at 2 1/2) nurse to sleep and first thing in the morning before getting out of bed in the morning. She still occasionally asks for nu-nus around 1-2 AM, but usually settles back to sleep with a pat on the back.<br><br>
I think with the next kid I might aim for slightly earlier night weaning, around 18 months.
We're doing it now at 22 months. I do not want to be up nursing 2 babies at night come October when the new baby is due. DD will be 27 months then and she's already a crappy sleeper, I'm hoping night weaning will help.
Around 10 months. I wanted to go longer, but I moved in with my parents for the year and since all our furniture was in storage (husband deployed) we got stuck with a small double bed that creaked a lot. It made it harder for the both of us to sleep. Luckily the crib is right next to my bed so we're still close together. He sleeps much better too!
My oldest sone doesn't count, lol, so I'll answer for my middle child - who's 5.5 now and still nursing. We didn't night wean him. He stopped night nursing somewhere around 3 years old and stopped nursing to sleep when he was 4 (because i was pregnant and ran out of milk). He falls asleep easily now and sleeps straight through the night almost every night. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
Mine is 17 months and hasn't night weaned yet. I've tried a few times, but either she isn't ready, or I'm not fed-up enough to make it happen. She usually wakes up once (maybe twice) to nurse. It is waaaay easier for me to nurse her than to do anything else. Actually, this is our only feed left now and I am curious to see how long it will last.