DD will be 14mo this weekend and I'm thinking about night weaning. Originally DH and I had discussed trying Dr Jay Gordon's method around Thanksgiving time (since we both have an extended time off from work and could deal with a fussy kid and sleepless nights more easily). But I realized this morning that when DH helped with one of DDs night wakings last night (the 2nd of 3) that she didn't cry like she usually does when he shows up instead of me. He took her to the guest room, lied down with her and they both drifted back off to sleep. She used to scream bloody murder until I came in and nursed her. So, I'm thinking that perhaps this is a good window of opportunity to night wean. I suggested to DH that tonight perhaps he responds to all of her night wakings (there's usually 2 or 3) and see what happens (instead of Gordon's method). I'm not to the point that I have to do this for my own sanity but I REALLY could use a good night sleep for once and I'm kinda worried that if I don't seize what could be a good opportunity that I'll kick myself down the rode if I reach a point that I really can't handle night nursing any more. Oh, and for once she isn't teething (she had been getting in a least one tooth a month since 6mos) or sick or reaching some major milestone. So, yeah, am I crazy to see this as a window of opportunity?