Re: 14 month old not nursing very much
Aw, sorry this thread got overlooked for so long!
At this age, I think what you do is up to you. If you want to offer more, go for it- more breastmilk is good for the baby, and producing more breastmilk is good for mama's health. If the baby is nipping, try to make sure nursing takes place before feeding solids (when baby is hungrier and more apt to focus on eating instead of playing around) and in a minimal distraction environment (less distraction = more focus = less biting).
If you are comfortable with the path your LO's weaning is taking, then just let it be and enjoy the feedings he is still interested in. What you are seeing is weaning- but remember that weaning is a process that can take a very long time (years!) and have lots of reversals where the baby suddenly wants to nurse more or less often. Many babies will settle down to a small number of sessions and continue to enjoy those sessions for a good long time. My first nursed before bed only for about 6 months before she finally weaned.
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