Three square meals a day, plus a boob here and there, is how we roll in our house. Addie may not be nursing every two hours, but she certainly still enjoys nursing as much as she did a year ago.
If my daughter decided to nurse until she was in college, I probably wouldn’t mind. (Well, I probably would but it sounded so much better in my head.)
I’ve gotten a number of comments about her age and weaning, but if someone isn’t the mom… he or she doesn’t get a say! Right?
Speaking of comments from people, I am kind of sick of nursing comments, in general. They weren’t cute six months ago, and they totally aren’t cute now. Can I get an amen? Anyway!
I’m over the moon to make it to my nursing goal of one year. Looking back, I never thought it was possible, and now I’m en route to a new goal, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendation of nursing a child until age two. I did it for a year… What’s one more?
There are a number of reasons I’m happy to still be nursing, even if my daughter is officially a toddler and still insists on waking up three or four times a night to grab a swig from a boob.
I figure, I haven’t slept through the night in a couple years… What’s a few more?
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