Are you trying to wean your nursing toddler?
Weaning a toddler can be tricky.
In some cases, the weaning went so smoothly, but on the other hand, weaning never seems to end.
Which one is yours?
Let me admit, I had the second one.
I have a strong-willed toddler who simply loved to nurse.
Even when she’s turning 2 years old (my initial planned age to wean her), she was still nursing quite a lot of time, and yes, she insisted on it.
To be honest, I was wondering back then how I should start weaning her.
Initially, I thought I would just let her self-wean, but that plan faded after knowing I was pregnant again, and got a pretty bad uterine cramp after nursing her.
So, I don’t have much choice, I must do it.
And now, after a few weeks (or months?) of trying this and that, struggling with her screaming and cries, she’s finally weaned.
And I’d love to compile several useful tips that really helped us during the weaning process. So if you are facing the same problem, here are some weaning tips to deal with your nursing toddler. [Read more…]