My DD, who is almost 3, is still nursing several times a day, which I'm totally fine with, but she's also up 3, 4 or 5 times at night and has only slept all night once, ever. It's to the point that I dread the night because I know I'm not going to get any sleep and I end up bringing her into our bed so I can try to sleep. The she tosses and turns and kicks us and, on top of that, our 5yo. crawls into bed with us many night, too. I am all for child led weaning, but is there any way to gently encourage her not to nurse during the night? My son weaned on his own and began sleeping all night just after his second birthday, but I guess my dd has her own ideas. She is still in her crib and I was considering moving her to her big bed, but then I worry she will be up even more since she will have easier access to me. But, I also wonder if maybe it would help so she won't feel so confined. I'm the only one that can put her to bed at night since she still nurses to get to sleep. I don't know what to do, I'm just so tired and, selfishly, I would like a little sleep and a little freedom. Any ideas?? Thanks!!!