DS is 12.5 months. He has always been a really fast nurser. We are now limited to nursing in the rocking chair in his room, this is the only place he will do it, other than when he is in our bed sleeping in the early morning laying down.
Just in the past few days, he has been noticing (for the first time, although they've always been there), the piggy bank and other objects on his bookshelf, which is in his direct line of view when he's on my right side. Sometimes he is so engrossed in pointing and looking at them that he doesn't want to nurse.
I'm afraid he'll get so distracted that he won't want to nurse at all! In the past he hasn't been a particularly distracted nurser. Do they eventually outgrow being really distracted? And I can't make the room any darker than it already is during the day, which isn't very dark. How have others dealt with this?
FYI: I've started offering the breast a few times a day randomly by lifting up my shirt when we're playing in various rooms of the house, but he'll have nothing to do with it then. He still doesn't ask to nurse or come up to me and tug on my shirt or anything like that.