I'm ordering some books about extended breastfeeding, which will perhaps answer my question, but I wanted some ideas now to put my mind at rest.
My little guy is home with me for the summer, but will start a new sitter in August, at which time he will be 13 months. I know we will still be nursing at that point, so what do I do about the sitter? Do I still send bottles? Will he eat just solids during the day for her? Will he nap for her without nursing??? What do I need to be doing during the summer to get him ready?
My stomach is in turmoil, because our last sitter was very NOT breastfeeding friendly and she made me feel like I was a bad mother for nursing my son to sleep. (And by the way, if there was another way to do it, I WOULD!!!!) So I'm nervous about what our new sitter will say about extended bfing. I don't want to be worrying about this all summer . . . give me input that will make me feel better!