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Oh, yeh - sleeping with a suckling baby is WAY easier on the mom's mind & body, than having to get up in the middle of the night, to go to another room. When Keeli weaned, is was mostly her idea - or so she thought, lol. The other trick (after slowly eliminating one session at a time) is getting them to enjoy trying new foods. The more solids they discover they like, the less room in their tummies for milk. Another thing that *can* help, is to start eating stronger flavors, yourself. It often changes the flavor of your milk, and that really does dampen their enthusiasm. Even if they enjoy the same food, they may not like it in their milk. ;)
 
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