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It's easy to say so close to whatever time frame, but what's going to change in the next couple months? Why then and not now and why then and not two months after, know what I mean? I don't think you should feel guilty.
At the very least remind yourself of this when your baby fever hits.
"He's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen." ~ Forrest Gump
I agree with Leah. I think once you reach the point of being exhausted with any aspect of it, you need to lose the guilt and maybe say enough is enough. Pumping really became a chore to me and that's when I decided to quit. Sure I felt guilty, but I was making myself feel worse by continuing to pump when I was starting to hate it
Thanks ladies. I am going to start weaning slowly.My skin (eczema) is also getting really bad and I want to take the stronger meds, but I can't because I am nursing It's been 2 years since I've had ok skin and it's bad now and really hurts.
Right there with you. I have been popping my boobs into someone's mouth since February 14th of 2012. That's what happens when you get pregnant while breastfeeding, I guess. lol I am pretty tired of it, but since I've gone this long, I won't mind going till Lily is 18-24 months. I believe that if a woman is really and truly finished, she should quit, no guilt. I quit the very first time DD1 made me uncomfortable. That one time, and I was totally done.