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Old 12-03-2012, 02:29 PM   #1
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So, morning ritual for about the last 3 months has been for DS (almost 19 months) to come to bed with me when he wakes up in the morning and to nurse for about 30 minutes. This morning, he slept until our alarm went off and then woke up. DH went to get him and I used the rest room. I decided I would nurse him in the glider since I didn't want to fall back asleep. DH put him on the ground, and he was walking toward me. I went to get him, and he was all, "Milk" (which means cow's milk) and turned around and went to the top of the stairs. We went downstairs and cuddled on the couch while DH made the milk. I was waiting for, "Boob", but it never came. I'm shocked and a bit . I'm 13 weeks pregnant, and my boobs are rather uncomfortable at the moment, so weaning is something I kinda want to happen. But, I wasn't really expecting it to actually happen. (Not that one morning of preferring cow's milk is all out weaning). And I certainly wasn't expecting to feel so sad over one missed session. Anyway, I don't want to sound like a crazy lady to my friends, but I knew you ladies would understand.
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Old 12-03-2012, 07:05 PM   #2
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Aww mama. I know the feeling. My DD is the same age and she will have days when she wants to nurse nonstop, and all I can think about is how badly I want her to wean. Then the next day she will skip several of her usual sessions and then I start feeling sad, thinking I'm not ready yet!

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