My son (child #2) is 15 months old. I've been slowly weaning him because I want to try to get pregnant again and didn't know if nursing would interfere with that. I was nursing twice (naptime and bedtime) and just cut it down to only once (bedtime) about a week ago. Over the last six months, my cycle has been 28-30 days long. This month, however, it was only 27 days. I had a positive OPK result on day 15 of my cycle so it seems that my luteal phase this time was only 10-11 days long, if I actually ovulated. We were planning to start actively trying for a baby this next cycle but now I'm nervous that perhaps my luteal phase is too short. My questions are as follows: Is it normal to have some fluctuation in cycles towards the end of weaning? Should I start trying to increase my luteal phase right now via vitamin B6 and other supplements or should I just assume this short cycle was a fluke? Would it be best to wean completely at this point or to keep nursing once a day in order to keep things "stable"? I'd really like to keep nursing at bedtime if I can. I did get pregnant with my son when I was still nursing my oldest about once a day so I think/hope that could happen this time as well. Any thoughts? Any good resources on breastfeeding and fertility that might help me?