Re: Should I wean my 2 year old?
Disciplining a toddler is a frustrating process in general. Whether it's teaching them to respect your limits with breastfeeding or teaching them not to throw food on the floor or whatever else. It's even harder when you aren't getting the support you need from your partner. I see this is a discipline issue, rather than a nursing issue. She's learned that if she puts up enough of a fuss you guys give in and she gets nursed- even to the extent of daddy hunting you down to make it happen. If you want the limits to be there, you have to enforce them consistently or it's going to be a battle every time. You kind of have to decide whether the struggle is worth it. Is it easier to just continue to nurse her on demand (and it may be- I can't say what would work best for you) or is it easier to go through the struggle to teach her that nursing now happens on your terms? I also think you need to sit down and have that conversation with your husband. Not in a confrontational way, necessarily, but maybe frame it as you needing his help to make things better. Be clear that it will get harder for a while because she will be resistant to change, but in the long run it will be easier on all of you.
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