how much longer did you breastfeed.
my LO breastfeeds. almost 1yr. He has grown out of eating from breast all of the time, and with eating solids in the morning and for dinner he feeds on the breast a lot less...
I was thinking of making it a morning and night thing when he turns one so the BOOB isnt completly gone, and then once we can transition to regular milk and we determine he can go the morning with out then i'll stop morning feedings, which will also be good to reduce engorging then last but certainly not least
I dont know how long that will ask. he doesnt eat a lot at night, maybe 5minutes, but I dont know im nervous...
howd weening after 1 year of BF work for you?
Asked by Anonymous at 6:48 AM on May. 22, 2010 in Babies (0-12 months)
Answer by MommaTasha1003 at 11:01 AM on May. 22, 2010
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Answer by WillDoDa at 9:30 AM on May. 22, 2010
Answer by ArmyMom2oneboy at 9:32 AM on May. 22, 2010
The World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding without any restrictions for at least 2 years. Toddlers that don't get to breastfeed 6-8 or even more times every 24 hours are being deprived of their birthright of breastmilk. Children don't need to be weaned by mothers. They will outgrow the need to breastfeed. Usually in the US this is around the age of 2.5 - 3. As long as a child is breastfeeding they are getting the benefits of human milk and breastfeeding (jaw and facial development).
A baby that is 11 mo needs to be getting most of it's nutrition from breastmilk or formula for proper brain growth. If you aren't nursing 6-8 or more times a day you must give your baby formula or development will suffer.
Answer by Gailll at 11:41 AM on May. 22, 2010
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