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Old 02-15-2013, 11:15 AM   #1
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Ok. So when ds was 20 months I aattempted weaning. It worked a big. Fast forward to 2 years old on the 13th. I attempted telling him no for 30 minutes. In those minutes he would forget some times. ..ok well at the end of half hour he decided to hold his breath, turned blue and almost passed out... went limp twice.

OMG how do I wean my willful child

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Read "how weaning happens" and "mothering your nursing toddler" both will give you gentle ways to meet your child's needs and wean if that is what you choose.
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i went out.. hubby put baby to bed. if you stay home, then you need to be strong. if won't pass out and if he does, he will get up. this isn't about weaning, this is about your son obeying you and you knowing what is best. he doesn't think you know what is best... that is the problem. you can do it.
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i went out.. hubby put baby to bed. if you stay home, then you need to be strong. if won't pass out and if he does, he will get up. this isn't about weaning, this is about your son obeying you and you knowing what is best. he doesn't think you know what is best... that is the problem. you can do it.
Yes. DH puts him ti bed Sundays when I'm at work. Otherwise ds wants me or dh is at work. Hes so clingy to me...and has started wanting to watch his shows while nursing
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