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Please help! I'm trying to stop breastfeeding. My son is 13 months.

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4 years ago
I'm a working mother so most of the time he is breastfeed is in the evening and at night.

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4 years ago
My best advice is to have someone else feed him at those time if possible. Even if you were feeding a bottle, a baby can smell you (the mother) and your smell probably will increase your son's desire to breastfeed.Also I would feed him in a different place than you normally would if you were breastfeeding.
4 years ago
If you really want to completely stop breastfeeding you can try putting some of the aloe vera juice on ur nipple if you have a plant near you and have him try to breastfeed. My mom did that with my little brother and after a few times of trying to breastfeed he didn't like the flavor and completely stopped breastfeeding
4 years ago
i weaned my son when he was15 months and i thought it would not  be easy but it was!! he only ate to go to sleep and the problem was me i felt bad for him but my advice would be to not feel bad and if he does cry let him cry it out and everything will be fine
4 years ago
why are so many women afraid of weening ther babies off of the boob, the bottle, and the paci? i don't get it. honestly. it's part of growing up. why? why? why!?!? it's way past time for you to get your baby off the boob, and it's going to be a lot harder now, since you have waited so long. good luck.

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