I am tandem nursing my 3.5 yo dd and my 7 mo dd. My 3.5 yo has a bad latch all the time! It really hurts. I reposition her a million times, ask her to open WIDE, and distract myself with books and the net, but it still hurts. Even if she starts off doing it right (with coaching and help), her teeth are digging in within seconds. On top of that, sometimes I feel totally against nursing her. I just look down and think, "This is gross." It's weird, because I don't think there is anything wrong with nursing a child this old or older, yet there are times when I feel it is wrong somehow because she is so big and it hurts. Maybe you remember my thread "Tell me I'm not a perv". If so, there's another issue I have with it. Still, we are not ready to wean. I am not 100% philosophically in-line with CLW (I think MLW can be done in a way that satisfies both parties if it is the right time for the child-- maybe it could be called co-operative weaning <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/shrug.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="shrug">), but I want to get past these intense anti-nursing feelings I sometimes have. Is there anyone else dealing with this? HELP!!!