My daughter is 25 months old and still loves to nurse. She hasn't nursed during the day since she was one and definitely drinks milk from her sippy cup (but sometimes still asks). NAPS: She will nap for the nanny during the week (I work from home) but I usually nurse her for a few minutes laying in her bed for the nap on the weekend. Sometimes when she wakes up from naps and begs to nurse but I'm really trying to avoid that. NIGHTIME: At night I nurse her before bed (but she puts herself to sleep) and am currently sleeping with her in her room. We upgraded to a full size bed b/c around 15/16 months she just screamed in her crib and we never really got back to normal. She still wakes up 2-3 times per night and wants to nurse. I am feeling like I have done a terrible job at "sleep training" and that I'm taking the easy way out nursing her so she'll go back to sleep plus sleeping w/ her in her room. I am torn on what to do....I don't want to traumatize her but also want to wean and improve her sleeping habits. My husband and I have a queen bed but definitely need a king as other readers have also suggested as I don't mind her sleeping w/ us until she is more comfortable to sleep on her own. WHAT TO DO?: I never thought I would be nursing this long and to be honest, it's getting hard on me and my husband....should I try and wean her and go through a VERY difficult period or just stick with it until she shows signs of wanting to wean??? And if I do stick with it longer, at some point within 6 months or so I really do want to wean her so how can I help her get through it emotionally. I appreciate any support you have-!