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    dd1 was 9months & self weaned day and night, dd2 was 11months and self weaned, dd3 was 16months and self weaned, ds was 2yrs 6months and was not at all keen on weaning but it had to be done! after 1 night -of waking every 1/2hour or more lol -he was fine
    Last edited by mummaof4; 07-12-2011 at 23:24.


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