My daughter will be 13 months old next week. We don't seem to be slowing down with the bfing, which is fine by me, but I am afraid it is preventing her from developing good eating habits. She picks at food, eats a few bites, but never seems to eat a "meal". I think she still prefers to tank up on breast milk and then snack on "real food" all day long. I'm afraid the longer we continue with breastfeeding as the preference, the worse she'll be about eating actual food once she's fully weaned. And I can't even begin to think about how to begin weaning! After a more than a year of breastfeeding, you'd think I'd have things figured out, but I can't quite manage how to a) provide her with the opportunity to BF whenever she wants to, and also b) make sure she is hungry enough at meal times to try new foods or eat a substantial amount of food she knows and likes...if anyone has experienced this, I'd love to hear how it worked out, or how you are currently handling it. Thanks!