I hope I can post here even if I don' live in the States. I'm Italian so please forgive my mistakes. My DD is 14 months and if she could choose she would still live just on my milk... Now she's enjoying tiny amounts of solids but until just a couple of months ago she would refuse almost everything. I nurse her to sleep at nighttime and that's the only way she falls asleep, then she used to wake up every couple hours and nurse to sleep. We cosleep (she's in her cot next to us and after she wakes up sleeps on our bed most of the time). It's never been a problem for me to wake up and I used to love having her with us. But lately her sleep is very disturbed, she nurses forever in the middle of the night without being able to fall asleep and she cries nervously, I try stroking, singing, patting and nursing (sometimes all together!) still takes ages, keeps rolling over and change position, which makes cosleeping more difficult. And this wouldn't even be such a big deal but we would love to have another baby soon and I still haven't got my period, so I know I should really cut down some nighttime nursing. I don't know how to do it because she's obviously not ready. If I just try not to nurse her when she wakes up, or to nurse just a few minutes and then cuddle her and stroke her, she screams like hell, kicks me, gets totally hysterical. Apart from this she's an adorable, healthy little girl. I don't think I can cope with all the crying involved with night weaning, neither can DH. It's not the sleep that I miss, really, but some nights I do get terribly frustrated and think it might take years for me to get pregnant... Sorry, maybe I just needed to vent and I know you would understand, I don't really know many mums of nursing toddlers.