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Breastfeeding in year two can be rewarding: If you’re nursing your walking, talking little one, this may be the only time of the day she slows down and you get to cuddle up together. In fact, you may be feeling as though you won’t see the end of the road for a long … long time. Babble is here with different perspectives on extended breastfeeding, as well as helpful advice on nutrition, and guidance for when you and your toddler are ready to say goodbye to “num-nums.”
Thoughts on extended breastfeeding and why it's just not a big deal.
Weaning a toddler should be easy right? It's just the opposite for this weary, worn out momma. Feel free to lend your advice for the sake of her sanity.
I used to think that post baby boobs were magical, but then I started cutting back on the nursing sessions and my "magic boobs" turned into "mom boobs" real quick. It's like one second they were "up here" and the next they were deflated and sad and "down there". Not cool gravity. Not cool.
Here are eight things that were useful through our entire breastfeeding journey - from newborn to toddler!
Fourteen months and two weeks later, we are finished. Last week, I nursed my baby for the last time. And it's okay.
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Just after Cullen’s first birthday, I started to think about weaning. We’ve had a great year of breastfeeding. I surprised myself by really enjoying it, and I was lucky that we had very few issues or hiccups. When Cullen was a young baby, I thought about how long I’d breastfeed, and sort of set one MORE »
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