I have co-slept and breastfed only my 11 month old since she was born. Recently I have transitioned her into a crib next to my bed since she is very active at night and has fallen out of bed 4 times even with the guard rails! I thought that once she was in her own space she would be waking me less in the night but not so much. She usually wakes 2 -3 hours after initially going to bed and wants to nurse again to go back to sleep. She wakes every 2 - 3 hours throughout the entire night after that and demands the boob before settling back into sleep. On top of all these feedings, I am also woken even more bc now she is crawling and climbing in her sleep! She wakes up in odd uncomfortable positions upset and confused. I want to avoid letting her cry herself to sleep bc I can't bare the thought of that but I have started having pain, fatigue and severe shortness of breath due to anxiety and lack of sleep. I'm also a working mother so I'm not sure how I manage to function during the day! My sanity is hanging on by a thread. I need rest. I should also mention that there is no way in our tiny house that I can move her into her own room. I suppose I could try sleeping on the couch. How do I sensitively and compassionately night- ween an 11 month old?? I should add that I love nursing her and I don't want to ween her altogether and wouldn't even mind a feeding or 2 at night, I could handle that. It'd be like a walk in the park in comparison!