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April 28th, 2006, 10:20 PM
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Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: USA
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I also posted this on the toddlers board ...

I've been breastfeeding James since he was born. He turned 1 a couple of weeks ago and it's time to wean. The problem is that James is NOT interested. I only nurse him once, maybe twice a day, usually at night. I've been trying to do better about not nursing in the morning.

Since I've been cutting out that morning feeding, James refuses to eat from me! He'll chew up his food and spit it out or throw it on the floor. If my DH feeds, he'll eat.

I'm not in a huge hurry to cut him off completely, but I feel like the longer I wait the harder it will be. I know he's really still nursing for comfort and a pacifier. He hasn't taken a pacifier or bottle since he was about 4 or 5 months old.

Anyone have any advice on how to cut the little guy off?

Thanks for any help!
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