It is possible to be confused by the changing breastfeeding behavior of our babies and to find yourself accidentally weaning.
Many people are not prepared for the emotional roller coaster that can come with weaning from breastfeeding.
Weaning is a part of breastfeeding and a personal choice. We’ll give you the information you need to wean a baby that is over 1 year old.
We think we can’t call a lactation consultant about weaning, but weaning is a part of breastfeeding and it can be a long process.
Weaning is a personal decision and no one should tell you when or how to do it. Your boobs, your business!
Making a plan for breastfeeding to go a certain way is normal. But when they don’t go that way we can feel guilty and like a failure.
Have you experienced feelings of irritation, anxiety, anger, disgust, revulsion and a strong desire to unlatch when breastfeeding? Possibly during pregnancy, tandem nursing or around ovulation? This episode is all about breastfeeding aversion and you might relate!
Have you ever heard breastfeeding advice so bad that the only thing to do with it is flush it down the toilet?
Have you become so frustrated with nighttime breastfeeding that you want to night wean? Have you wondered about night weaning, but you’re just too tired to figure it out?
Are you interested in setting up some breastfeeding boundaries with your baby/child? Well mamas, this is it. If the answer isn’t in this episode, we can tell you where to find the answer (also in this episode).
Has your doctor given you incorrect breastfeeding information? Do you providers support your breastfeeding choices? Have you gotten pressure to wean before you were ready?