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    Default How old was bub when you stopped BF?

    How old was bub when you stopped BF?

    Just the age, I really don't want to start a debate over why a certain age is best!

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    DD1- 13 mths
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    DS1- 21 mths
    DS2 & DS3- still bf @ 9 mths

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    DS1 - 1 year

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    Exclusively - 6.5 months
    Stopped all together - 9.5 months

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    12months & 5days - I stopped a week ago.

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    Currently feeding 5week old

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    DS - 5 months, he weaned.
    Had I not needed to mix feed, I would have gone to 2+ (or whenever he was ready).

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    Ds1 - 12 months
    Dd1 - 13 months
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    Dd2 still going at 6 months old.


 

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