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First I want to say I've had a super busy weekend with school shopping and just getting ready for school. I havent been on much for the last couple of days and I wont be on much until Wednesday after I take the kiddies to school. I feel bad for not responding to many posts, but I will catch up...promise.
Anyway, onto why I'm posting. DD hasn't nursed at all in two days. We had a good run, 33.5 months. She wasn't 100% ready, but I realized a couple of days ago that she has been dry nursing for a few weeks, hence the reason it has been SO painful. I am completely dry so I just kept telling her when she asked that Mommy's milk is all gone and that she drank it all up so now its time to make new milk for the baby. She's really being a trooper and I'm so proud at how well she's handling it. I'm really happy yet completely sad at the same time.
I am trying to get ready for school to start here, too. We don't start for another couple of weeks, but we have a list 10 miles long of supplies needed. My husband jokingly said (when he saw the list) "Do we need to supply a teacher, too?"
Good for you on EBF. I think that giving your LO extra hugs and snuggles will help her with the transition.