I'm pretty desperate for some good news, or just honest experiences. My DD is 26 months and I am 24 weeks pregnant. I've never wanted to wean her. Always planned on child-led weaning for my babies. And when I got pregnant was excited about tandem nursing. But for weeks now, I can't stand nursing. It actually ticks me off to nurse. I don't like the feeling, I don't like her little hands all over my boob while she's nursing, I don't like any part of it. But I burst into tears every time I think about weaning. I don't want to wean but at the same time I'm so afraid that once her brother comes I won't start enjoy nursing her again and I'll wean her anyway and then she'll feel resentment toward her brother because the change comes when he does. So I guess my main question is, if you hated nursing while you were pregnant did you enjoy nursing your toddler again as soon as those crazy pregnancy feelings were gone? Did you enjoy tandem nursing? I am also as dry as the desert and wondering when I will get some colstrum (SP?) in so that it's not just dry nursing. I know if I wean I'll regret it but at the same time I don't know how I'm going to make it through the next 16 weeks. Help please!