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    DS2 was a really booby baby, even at 20 months he was still feeding about 30 times a day (most feeds lasting no more then 10 mins). I personally found the only way to wean him was to go cold turkey during the day and then 2 months later cold turkey during the night. Before that I had tried ALL the tricks to reduce the number of feeds but he was really stubborn. Then one day I told him that bobby was only for bed time and he was fine with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JumpingInPuddles View Post
    30 times a day?!! Wow, I admire your dedication! I just couldn't do it.
    Not so much to do with dedication, more to do with the fact that if I said no or tried to delay the feed he would scream and just climb me till I gave in. Just quicker to let him feed for ten mins

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    I myself am wanting to start to wean my one year DS ,his teeth are hurting me terribly He only feeds three times a day an comfort feeds throughout the night ! The three feeds throughout the day are only to put him to sleep , so how do I go about taking it off him an putting him to bed ??? This is the only way he has ever gone to sleep ! Should I change his sleep routine first or do both at once ?HELP PLEASE

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    Alex82 Ives started using the Jay Gordon method to night wean. It has been working well so far and is a gentler way of going about changing the feed to sleep routine you may want to look into it to see if it works for you other mamas may have additional advice. Good luck


 

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