I personally find it infuriating when people tell moms to not nurse their babies to sleep. If you don’t want to do it, OK, that is your decision. But I have no idea what bad habits this is supposed to instill or what research backs up any such contention. This advice robs breastfeeding moms of one of the great perks of breastfeeding-that nursing is often a really easy, restful and effective method to gentle a baby into sleep. I find it funny that people get up in arms about this but think nothing of sticking baby in an electric swing or driving them around for hours to get them to sleep. Nursing baby to sleep is easier and better for the environment too!
I used to nurse to sleep all the time when he was younger but have been scared off into not doing it as it's supposed to set bad habits. I'm not sure if you can share your thoughts based on your experience. I nurse in bed a lot because I have a hand injury (mommy's thumb).
I also have no real schedule for naps. It seems too unnatural to be scheduling naps and feedings at this age. What do you think?