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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    If your DD is 18 months I would probably just say no feeding at all until morning.
    I think this is what I'll do. I'll follow the jay Gordon approach but apply it to the whole night.

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    Good luck! I hope it's a smooth process.

    We also got DH to do the settling overnight so DS couldn't look for his milk. Is that an option for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    Good luck! I hope it's a smooth process.

    We also got DH to do the settling overnight so DS couldn't look for his milk. Is that an option for you?
    That's how we night weaned too. Dh bed shared for the nights and did all resettles. It worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    Good luck! I hope it's a smooth process.

    We also got DH to do the settling overnight so DS couldn't look for his milk. Is that an option for you?
    It's an option but dd is going through a clingy stage with me and has been pushing dh away a lot. I'm not sure how she'd go if he tried to do the night settling. I might keep it as plan b.

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