Re: Hitting a wall with weaning at 14mths...
I also found it challenging to wean my daughter (then a 2.5 year-old) from the first a.m. feed. What finally made it possible was visiting my parents. DD would wake up, I would take her downstairs, and she would go right to grandma for playtime while I went back upstairs for some more sleep. Sometimes when I came back down DD would want to nurse, and sometimes she forgot. After about a week, she no longer asked. Maybe if you can find a family member who is willing to help in the mornings, you will have a similar experience.
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