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    Still feeding at 18 months..down to 1-2 feeds a day for him but now also feeding my 2nd son as well who is now 8 weeks old.

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    DS self weaned 23 months, he was having 1 feed a day before bed.

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    I instigated it, but he didn't seem to notice at all.

    DH (early 30s) + me (29 + several months)
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    Both tubes removed after (natural) ectopic PG on 27/5/13

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    4 months dd1 due to supply issues she was half formula fed from birth and 16 months with dd2 she loved it and didn't want to stop but she has many allergies and I really wanted milk again lol so I dropped to 3 feeds a day for a week then 1 feed for a week and then just told her no I felt so bad but after many cuddles she was fine although she still talks about 'boobies' now at 21 months lol

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    Both my older boys were 5yrs + when I told them no more, they only had a bit before bed.

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    Ds1 - nearly 12 months.

    Ds2 - about 5 months. He just didn't want to, it seemed.

    Both are happy healthy boys so I'm happy with that

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    My DS is 16 months and still going string with mainly 2 feeds morning and bed time, but will occasionally have a day feed if feeling unwell/sooky.

    However I am getting ALOT of pressure to wean, so who knows how much longer we will be able to continue for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DewDanni View Post

    However I am getting ALOT of pressure to wean, so who knows how much longer we will be able to continue for.
    That's really awful. It's NO-ONEs business but your own how long you breastfeed your child for.

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    DD1 was 2 and she fed whenever she wanted so perhaps a few times a day.

    DD2 was 11 months and she just slowly weaned herself.

    DD3 is 6 months and is still bf, hopefully for as long as DD1 did.

    Bf is amazing isn't it??! So glad you're enjoying it

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    18 months old.

    He was down to one feed a day at night anyway, and I had to go on 2 weeks placement for university so it just sort of happened. He never asked for it, it was quite easy really.


 

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