I am at my wit's end with nursing - it just isn't generally a positive experience for us anymore. Katie turned 2 in August. She mostly just nurses at nap and bedtime. She will go to sleep without too much struggle for other people when I'm not around but when I am, she requires nursing to help her fall asleep. I hardly have any milk at all left, and I'm really sore from her new teeth/bad latch and the occasional bite. When she is nursing one side, she claws at the other and if I try to block her or stop her in any way she screams and cries and usually bites me. When the milk is gone she gets very upset. Bedtime is taking several hours because she is extremely distraught when the milk runs out. I am a nervous wreck during the day because our nights are filled with screaming tantrums. My husband is losing patience too, and sometimes I feel like he thinks it is my fault or that I am upsetting her on purpose. I have recently read "How Weaning Happens" and what I got out of it is that I want weaning to be a positive thing, and I feel like if I wean her now it won't be. But this can't go on, I really need something to change. And of course there is the guilt for even thinking about weaning. Does anyone have any suggestions? I plan on attending an LLL meeting tomorrow night. BTW she has been crying now for 2 hours despite all attempts at soothing her by both parents. My husband is in there with her now trying to help her calm down and go to sleep. We co-sleep.