My DD is 14 months old. If we are 'on the go' all day, she just eats her meals, catches a nap where she can (car, etc) and is fine to nurse first thing in the a.m. and last thing before she goes to sleep at night.
But if we are 'home' for the day, she won't settle down for a nap WITHOUT nursing. No about of soothing, or offering of bottle, or rocking or reading (etc, etc) will get her to nap.
We had a hard time sleep training her at night (strong willed girl!), but she finally got it down. Puts herself to sleep without a fuss. But we NEVER made progress during the day. So that is why she naps where she can - and when we're home, it's typically latched on.
We are trying for our second, and I'm starting to become concerned about weaning and establishing a sleep schedule for naps in the crib.
Have I passed the point of no return? Created a non-napping monster?! ;-)
Please advise on (1) tips of weaning that have worked for you for MID-DAY, (2) tips on weaning that have worked for you for AM and PM, and (3) any tips on establishing a day time routine if you're 1+ year without one.