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    Has your cycle returned? At this age i would say it's a nursing strike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Has your cycle returned? At this age i would say it's a nursing strike.
    Nope, 16 weeks pregnant tho.

    He did eventually feed this morning. I agree if it's all feeds it's likely a nursing strike, was just weird that he was so keen for two other feeds but just didn't want the bedtime one.

    We shall see how we go!

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    Oh...ok. your milk might taste different because you are pregnant or your supply might have dropped. So it could cause him to wean.

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    Yeah, I get that, just weird that he was happy to have all but the bedtime feed.


 

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