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28-03-2016 08:11 #21Senior Member
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28-03-2016 08:27 #22
Dd2 was 2 years 6 months.. I'd had to night wean her as she slept with my boob in her mouth all night long. She went from sleeping well, all be it with my boob in her mouth, to not sleeping at all. Screaming all night long. A few months after I stopped the night feeds, she stopped the day time feeds by herself.
She continued to scream all night long and refuse to sleep, at all, for a few months. It was pretty bad.
Dd1, I night weaned her at around 1, as I was ttc and it just wouldn't happen. Continued day feeds, then my milk dried up when I was pregnant with dd2. We got to 17 months, I was about 9(?) weeks pregnant, I think.
28-03-2016 13:36 #23
The fact that he couldn't have cared less when I didn't offer the next night speaks volumes to me! I think it was just our routine rather than him wanting/needing it by then. I was very happy to get to 16 months though 😊
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28-03-2016 13:47 #24
Was almost 20 months, only self weaned really as hated taste cause im pregnant any time upset still goes back to boobies and cries when gets nothing out.
28-03-2016 13:57 #25
2 years, 5 months. We actively night weaned around 2 and 2 months and was down to just bedtime. When I fell pregnant with DS I did dont offer dont refuse and she didnt ask for her bedtime feed so we just stopped it.
DS is still going at 17 months and I cant see him self weaning any time soon - i kind of wish he would because I'm over it
28-03-2016 14:16 #26
DD had her last feed around 18 months I think. She self weaned mostly. I cut down the feeds but that was because she wasn't asking for them (and I wasn't about to chase her around with a boob lol). She was almost just going through the motions in the end, for the last few months or so I was just offering it before bed at night and she would literally latch for a second or so and then had enough and had a drink of water.
29-03-2016 13:18 #27
That's really interesting!
It sounds like night-weaning is the catalyst for weaning altogether for a lot of people.
29-03-2016 13:58 #28Senior Member
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DS used night feeds as comfort.
Before pregnancy it did not bother me too much tbh. Then I could not stand him touching me - which is why I started to slowly wean.
Honestly it was mostly comfort for him. I could feel him just relax and calm down.
I loved the eye rollback that still happened when he was over 2.
I cannot believe that we fed for so long. It was not something I planned but it just felt so normal and natural to me during that time (although I definitely got sooooo many disapproving looks and comments as he got older).
I am interested to see what will happen with number 2. We are not planning more kids so we will see if it is truly child led this time or whether it would be instigated by me.
29-03-2016 14:40 #29
About 18months I cut the day feeds by distracting with other things. Then slowly just stopped offering at night. She was surprisingly easy and not to difficult.
30-03-2016 12:43 #30
@deku it was relatively easy to wean when I did (3y10m). He was upset, but at that age they understand a lot more. One day about a week after weaning he asked for a feed, and when I said no he was devastated, he buried his face into my lap and wept. It was so sad! Even though I didn't regret it I felt very sorry for him. He never asked again.
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