Attachment Parenting

I guess toddlers do stop nursing to sleep

Well at least tonight. Hopefully it gives any of you mamas that love BF'ing but may be ready for your toddler to start weaning.

I couldn't believe it tonight when she laid down with me to nurse, tried for a minute or two but basically futzed around rolled over and went to sleep.



 6/09 right tube loss (fallopian torsion) 12/09 BFP #1 (DD born 9/10)
8/12 dx Lupus (ANA+/APA-), 12/12 BFP #2  natural m/c 6w 2d 
TTC#2  since 9/12  50mg Clomid/Ovidrel IUI #1 Beta 10/4=BFN
                             50mg Clomid/Ovidrel IUI #2 Beta 11/1= BFN
                                  100 mg Clomid/Ovidrel IUI #3 Beta 12/26=BFFN
100 mg Clomid/Ovidrel IUI #4 Beta 2/14= BFFN
Took a LONG Break
Lots of Luck and Love BFPB for life KOFMKG

Re: I guess toddlers do stop nursing to sleep

  • Thank you for posting this.  I've been feeling like V will never sleep longer than 3 hours and will never fall asleep without the boob unless I do some sort of training.  I needed this to feel recharged.  Thank you again!
    Me - 40, DH 34 Married 11 years, TTC since 7/09 3 rounds of Clomid > Vivienne born 5/28/11
    TTC#2 since 01/13 - 3 rounds of Clomid, 2 IUI w/injectibles, moving to IVF
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    Beta #2 17dp3dt 6,007
    1st u/s 5w2d showing one "good" sac and 2-3 questionable
    2nd u/s 6w2d showing one baby with HR 128bpm
    3rd u/s 7w1d - HR 159bpm - graduated from RE!
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  • Aww my DS did this a couple weeks ago too! I was completely shocked. Good for you for sticking it out & letting her decide on her own when she was ready :)
    DS1- Jan 2011
    DS2- Sept 2012
    M/C- Sept 2011

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  • Yay! It's always a nice feeling when they do that. My DH had to take over bedtime w my younger son, as nursing him to sleep was taking its toll on me. But now I can pop him off and he'll go back to sleep on his own, so it's a definite improvement.
    DS1 - Feb 2008

    DS2 - Oct 2010 (my VBAC baby!)

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