Re: what does toddler feeding really look like?
Toddler nursing is all over the map. There are toddlers who nurse like newborns and toddlers who barely nurse at all, and everything in between.
I think that if you are ready to wean, your LO is in a place right now where she might make it easy for you- not that I am advocating that, since breastmilk is supposed to make up a baby's primary form of nutrition until 12 months, and remains an important part of a baby's diet after 12 months. If you're not ready to wean, just be patient, keep offering, and be cool about those "drive-by" nursing sessions. They definitely count. Even if they are too speedy for your LO to get a whole lot of nutrition from them, they still do give her some nutrition and they also encourage her to seek comfort at the breast, and as long as she associates the breast with comfort, she is likely to continue to nurse.
Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
Coolest thing my little girl sang recently: "I love dat one-two pupples!"