So now everyone i know and some i don't really know are asking the loaded question.....
"When are you going to wean?"
So far I have just been saying I don't know because well I don't. But I am wondering if I should put more focus on solids after he turns 1. Right now he gets a solid meal at night when everyone else sits down for dinner but other than that he nurses and gets little finger snacks throughout the day.
i was thinking about still nursing him on demand but giving him breakfast, lunch and dinner so we can get on the road to weaning but not necessarily puting full focus on it. You know what i mean????
what did you do after 1
Answer by gdiamante at 9:25 PM on Jun. 17, 2009
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Answer by calliesmommie at 9:39 PM on Jun. 17, 2009
The great news is that you don't have to do anything! If you just continue to follow your baby's lead as far as nursing and solids, he will wean when he is ready. I did not do anything "special" at 12 months. Both my babies were only nursing 1-2 times a day by 14 months (before going to sleep at night, and sometimes first thing in the morning). Every baby is different. Some are hardly nursing much at a year and others are still nursing a lot and not yet eating a lot of solids. Your baby knows what HE needs! Some great info on how much nursing/solids etc. at Nutrition for Nursing Toddlers
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