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    DD was 16mths

    DS still going at 6mths

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    Still going at 14 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by DewDanni View Post
    Still going at 14 months
    Same here, hoping to stop soon though, starting to get bitten more and more.

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    ds - a week before 12 months
    dd - 16 months

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    Ds 6 weeks
    Dd1 4 weeks
    Dd2 still going at 14.5 months!!

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    DD1 - 9 months
    DD2 - 4 months

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    DS1 - 5 1/2 months
    DS2 - 10 months and still going. Not sure if I'll follow his lead or wean. We'll go to 12 months and reassess.

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    Dd1 - still going at 20 months

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    Still going at 18 months

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    Dd1 was 19mths. Forced weaning

    Dd2 11mths and still going will let her self wean.


 

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