I haven't been on TB in a while and just saw your post. Nothing but sympathy cause I'm going through the exact same thing. We're down to twice a day nursing (5 a.m. and 7 p.m.) and occasionally he still tries to nurse during the day, especially when he's sick or teething, but I absolutely won't give in because he has to be weaned so I can get my mammogram. I've found that distraction works the best. I know your mobility is limited but try to get outside during the daytime or have friends or a babysitter come take him out in the stroller or to the park. Don't sit with him in the chair where you nurse, and wear two bras and tuck your shirts in. When you're home with him can you wear him on your back in an Ergo rather than carrying him so he's not near your boobs? And like pp said, offering him a yummy snack rather than a sippy cup works best, Simon loves strawberry mum mums so I give him that when he tries to nurse and it works. I'm getting ready to drop the bedtime nursing and my plan is to fill him up at dinnertime and make sure he eats lots of yogurt and drinks lots of water/juice (since he doesn't drink milk) then have DH put him to bed. Anyway I know exactly what you're going through and it's no fun denying our LO something that's always been comforting to them but you just have to remind yourself that he's had a year longer than a lot of babies and now it's time to take back your boobs. It takes a lot out of us to be a milk production factory and I'm sure we will have lots more energy once our LOs are weaned. Hang in there and stay strong, you can do it!