How are you all doing with all the new transitions now that our babies are toddlers?
I'm ready to start weaning off LO from breastfeeding, I made it to my goal of 1 year and now I'm ready to stop and get my boobies back. The doctor gave the OK at the 1 year appointment and said to go ahead and let him start having cow's milk. I've cut down the amount of pumping I do at work to help from getting engorged, and I'm slowly eliminating bottles of pumped BM he has during the day and replacing with sippy cups of cow's milk. However, he still really wants to nurse at night and in the morning. He's really eating great now, but when it comes to finger foods for him I feel like I totally suck at it. When it comes to the idea department I space out, what are your favorite finger foods for your LO?
This kid is not a fan of fruit either! Loves vedgies, pastas, meats, but put fruit in front of him and it's being thrown all over the place.
Tips on how to transition from breatfeeding/formula to just having his food and cow's milk would be great, how are you going about it? I've been reading that by 18 months bottles should be completely eliminated too, which will be tough because he loves his bottles.