Re: should i just deal with it for a few more months?
My first question is, why are you thinking that you have just 4 more months to go? Most babies will nurse for far longer, if allowed, and the second year of nursing tends to be much more enjoyable than the first because you can nurse as much or as little as you want, without worrying too much about your baby's nutrition (provided you're able to feed her a healthy diet of solids). I am thinking about the ways I used nursing with my toddlers- as a way to get them to sleep, to shut them up when they were throwing temper tantrums, to distract them from mischief, to soothe their boo-boos, to make them feel better when they were sick... I wouldn't give that up for anything!
At this point, I'd try to evaluate your supply. If you still have a huge oversupply, how about working on controlling that? Doing so would be a necessary step to weaning, anyway- if you have a monster supply, you cannot wean cold turkey without risking engorgement or mastitis. Have you tried block feeding?
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