Nursing 9 Month old to Sleep

Breaking the cycle of nursing to sleep??
April 8, 2017 – 11:39 am

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What are your thoughts on this?? I nurse my baby to sleep and I don't mind it. Sometimes I wish I could get her to sleep without nursing but for the most part I'm fine. I feel like if I wait til she's a little older and can understand when I say we're not nursing to sleep anymore it will be any easier transition. I talked to a counselor at the La Leche League and she says nursing to sleep is natural. I really don't have it in me to start all over with sleep training...although I know it's inevitable. My baby is almost 9 months old right now...what are your thoughts? I'd love to hear others stories on how they transitioned from nursing to sleep. I've already read to no-cry sleep solution lol People recommend that book every time I bring this subject up.

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What do you feed your breastfed 9 months old? Is nursing between sleep still necessary? | Yahoo Answers

That other doctor has a screw loose! While breastmilk is sometimes not sufficient as COMPLETE nutrition after 6-9 months or so, it never becomes a bad food. And it definitely has MORE fat than babyfood, and is a denser and more complete source of nutrients than any other single food.
It sounds like he's doing great. A diet of mostly breastmilk, with small amounts of solid foods and, if desired, very small amounts of other fluids is exactly what you would want to be offering a baby this age.
Long and lean is NOT a bad thing. He'll probably be a basketball player.

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