I am trying to welcome this new phase. After 20 months of breastfeeding, letting go of the latch is both hard and good.
A mom needs help gently weaning her toddler son who can’t fall asleep without breastfeeding.
Help! My toddler has a hard time falling asleep without nursing and has now figured out how to climb out of the crib. How do I deal with these two sleep challenges?
A mom needs help weaning her three-year old from his pacifier.
My weaned toddler likes to grab at my breasts. Is this typical toddler behavior or should I be concerned?
A mom would like to partially wean her toddler but she throws temper tantrums and the mom ultimately gives in because it’s nursing related. She needs help following through.
Now that I can pump breastmilk successfully, how do I introduce it to my exclusively-breastfed baby?
Bottles, boobs and sippy cups, oh my!
My 14-month-old won’t give up her morning bottle without a fight. How do I get her fully weaned without going fully crazy?
I went off medication so I could have a baby and nurse him for as long as I could. I need to go back on it, but the emotional pain of forced weaning hurts just as much.
My 14 month old just weaned. I thought I was more than ready, but I’m devastated. Is this normal?
It’s been a week since my daughter nursed! Is this a strike or the end of breastfeeding?
Purees vs. finger foods vs. baby-led weaning and choking and coughing…when did feeding babies get so complicated?
Medical issues mean I have to stop breastfeeding my son. How can I make the process as easy as possible for us both?
Is it okay to wean a baby off breastmilk if they still won’t drink cow’s milk?
Weaning from the breast and introducing solid foods are two very separate things.
My 16-month-old is still waking up every two hours at night. What do I do?
I have to travel for work in the near future. Should I wean my baby ahead of time? During? Not at all?
Practical tips for postpartum boobcare.
So what really happens to your breasts after pregnancy and nursing?