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Twice a day. When she wakes up in the morning and when we get home from work/daycare. She wakes up in the morning thinking about nursing (LOL), but the afternoon session seems a little less important. I'm going to try to stop offering the afternoon session. In the past I've been worried about my supply going down if she doesn't keep that session up, but I bet it's probably fine.
I need to continue her down the path to weaning. I'm hoping that she will be finished by 18 months.
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Morning and night still. I don't think she gets much, but I feel a little letdown so there's something there. Right now I'm thinking about trying to wean once she cuts her canines since it's comforting for her.
I think I could probably drop the morning session and replace it with immediate food, but I'm not in a hurry just yet.
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jcsumm0:Nursing on demand...around 7x a day. Wish she would cut out the overnight session, but other than that I love nursing a toddler! (most days. ;)
This. We nurse all the time. She is sick right now so it has actually been less the past 24 hours since she is congested. She is a great eater but will only drink water from a cup. PP who mentioned their child wouldn't tolerate wcm, have you tried coconut milk or almond milk?