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Not at this point, I don't think. Anna is 7 months old, and I'd really try to go until at least 12 months, and then see what happened from there. If I could handle it, and if my supply kept up, I would consider tandem nursing and see how it went. I guess I'd just play it by ear. Now, if I were nursing an older kid and found out I was pregnant, I might be more likely to try to wean.
I would be in shock (and I got my tubes tied during my c-section), but no, I'd try my hardest to nurse Zachary as long as I can, since he's not quite 4 months old yet. If my child were over a year, I probably would.