My husband and I are in the process of trying to figure out how to reduce our 12-month-old's night waking /night feeding. She usually starts out in her crib and will wake up a few times before I bring her to bed and feed her (usually between 2 and 4 am). Our current strategy which we began several nights ago, involves my husband getting her when she wakes between 12 and 2 and the two of them go to the couch to sleep. If she wakes up he gets her back to sleep pretty quickly. If she wakes up between 4 and 6 and is inconsolable, then I will take her back to feed. We figure this is an easier way to deny her the breastfeeding if she is not sleeping right next to me. I am hoping that she will eventually be able to go until 6 am at least. If this doesn't seem to work in the next few weeks, we may consider the idea of just keeping her in the bed and letting her cry, while we are with her. Any thoughts on this strategy? Or advice? Thanks!