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Thread: If it is a strike..

  1. #1
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    Default If it is a strike..

    wouldn't he stop nursing at night too? He's still up 2-3 times a night.

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    Default Re: If it is a strike..

    My son (now 16 months) was on what in retrospect was a nursing strike last month. For nearly 2 days he would bite instead of nurse, but at night he would still nurse. It was like he had decided he didn't want to nurse anymore but in the fog of sleep couldn't resist. It was a horrible weekend but it passed and he's back to nursing like a nice little boy. I don't really think it had anything to do with him wanting to wean. Some told me that at the time, but my gut disagreed - based primarily on the fact that he hadn't given any prior indication of wanting to be done.

    Laura
    Last edited by @llli*AllNightDQ; January 11th, 2007 at 09:22 AM. Reason: realized it was in the weaning category

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