My DS is almost 26 months, and I really wish he was weaned. I wanted to reach a year, and when I hit that milestone, I couldn't conceive of him stopping, and I was fine with that. Nursing has always been a cure all for Sam, he had colic and reflux and it just always worked to make everything all better. And then we hit two, and he's still nursing... he eats solids fine, drinks from a cup no problem, but still nurses to nap and frequently when he's either falling asleep or in the process of waking up. It's the night nursing that's making me most nuts - or rather, the first thing in the morning nursing. He wakes up and is desperate, and there's no distracting him, he won't take anything else, and I'm SO TIRED of sitting and nursing forever first thing in the morning. I don't know how to get him to not want to nurse. If he wants it, I want to be able to give it to him. He's just a little boy, and it's his favorite activity. I feel like my options are to nurse or make him miserable. My DH works during the week a million hours, so he needs to sleep at night, I don't think I could get him to take over nighttime parenting, and I just need some encouragement that he will outgrow the need to nurse. Because honestly, I don't see it happening. He LOVES it. Just flat out loves it. I'm afraid that it's going to come down to me just refusing and making him so unhappy - which goes against everything that I've been trying to do with nursing him as long as he has.