I breastfed my middle child till 19mths (usually only at night by that point) while slowly introducing cows milk....I found the change was much easier on her tummy as they tend to get constipated when you switch from breast to cows milk. Good Luck!View Thread
I just had my 3rd child and with each one I breastfed exclusivley and yet each time is different? With our middle daughter I didn't get my period till she was about 12 mths and now our son just turned 4 mths and I just got one. A little strange....I couldn't even get pregnant till our middle child was 19mths old and I fully weened her; I am hoping this time will follow suite....don't really want to pregnant again in the next year. Good luck to you!View Thread
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