DS is a marathon night nurser and as much as I love it (because I miss him so much during the day while I'm at work) I'm really starting to wear down. This week has been rough and last night DH said he thinks the night nursing should stop. We co-sleep and DH is still on board after a year but he's concerned that the night nursing isn't allowing DS to fall into a deeper sleep. We're also worried because DS isn't consuming solids at home the way he is at daycare. Our ped wants us to put more emphasis on solids and less on milk. DS was 50th percentile at birth and now only 5th at 12 months. He's MSPI and I've been on an elimination diet for 10 months. I think the doctor suspects my milk isn't giving him enough fat although she hasn't come right out and said it. Have any of you veterans seen a significant increase in solid intake when night weaning was finally achieved? TIA!