So, I'm trying to figure out this "sleeping through the night" thing with my toddler. My co-sleeping 12 month old still insists on all-night nursing and I'm exhausted! The past few nights, I have tried to leave her in her bed all night, but she's still waking up 1-2 hours wanting to nurse. I want to break this habit, but I also want to make sure she is getting enough milk. I also still take 1-2 naps with her during the day (because I'm so tired!) and she nurses all the way through them. She's pretty much always been like this. I'm pretty certain her frequent and all-night nursing has been due to her tongue/lip tie and the fact that I have a small storage capacity (4-5oz total for both sides). So, I've needed to nurse regularly to maintain my supply especially since she hasn't been the greatest at milk transfer, either.
In terms of growth, she seems to be doing fine right now. She more than tripled her birth weight in her first year (and went from about 10% to 50%), but has dropped percentiles in height quite a bi (from 99% to 50%). Head circumference is fine. She does okay on solids, and I only nurse her 6 times during the day (before and after sleeps, or during sleeps as it were) to try to encourage her eating more at meals.
So, at what point can I stop worrying about supply and her getting enough milk/food? Is night-weaning feasible at this point? As it is, it constantly feels like I don't have enough milk for her, but I would be happy even if I could get down to 1-2 feedings at night time. Any ideas or strategies? Thanks!