Okay, now I'm just waiting for AF... any time now!!
Just in case anyone is interested, I wanted to let you know what I did b/c I kind of followed Jay Gordon's method but kind of made up my own. DD is 12.5MO and cosleeps and would usually just start wiggling or cry out and so I would always automatically nurse her lying down until we were both sound asleep again. She would do this a few times a night but I stopped taking count after she was about 6MO.
What I did: Night one I decided no matter what I would not nurse her until she'd gone at least four hours without it. She woke up crying after being asleep for only an hour but after rubbing her head and softly talking to her she went back to sleep after probably 3 minutes of crying. She woke up again an hour after that but hardly cried at all before going to sleep and she slept until almost exactly the four-hour mark so I sat up and nursed her (usually I lay down) and put her back down awake. She didn't like being awake, but again, did not cry long before she went back to sleep. She slept fine for the rest of the night.
Night two she went 6 hours before waking up again! Otherwise I was planning on making her wait 5 hours, then the next night 6 hours, etc. until she was sleeping through the night.
The only bad part was that the third night she was not crying but just constantly moving all night. She actually crawled off the bed since I think I started tuning her out Luckily we are only a foot off the floor so she didn't even cry and was not hurt at all.
Last night she slept soundly for 8 hours.
I hope no one feels like I'm bragging or anything as I know there are many tired mamas out there. I've mentioned in other threads that I'm wanting to TTC soon but still haven't gotten AF back. I'm hoping that by night-weaning I can continue nursing during the day and allow DD to wean gradually. I also know I've had it very easy. DD hardly put up a fight at all. I just wanted to share my night-weaning story.