Re: Need help weaning...
I chose those because they were the most stressful for me and I thought she would be more receptive to stopping those nursings than the daytime ones. But every nursing pair is different so if you'd prefer to do daytime nursings first, then definitely follow your gut on that.
Originally Posted by @llli*caramel-allie
Distraction was really helpful for those daytime sessions (like I said earlier). For example, she used to want to nurse as soon as I got home from work but I noticed that if we went to the park or the grocery store or just outside to play for a while she would not remember to nurse. Then we'd go back inside/home just in time for dinner (DH had to help with this part- either he'd take her while I cooked or I'd take her while he did) which would distract her further. Then it was bath time and suddenly bedtime before she remembered she hadn't nursed yet.
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