How often do you breastfeed?

Melissa - posted on 10/09/2010 ( 173 moms have responded )

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My baby girl just turned the big 1, but she still nurses very often (every 3 hrs at the most) during the day, and she wakes up a couple times a night and nurses (we co sleep so this is not a problem). She's healthy, never even had a cold, growing walking and talking up a storm. Im just curious, how often do your little ones breastfeed?



edit** when I said 'every 3 hours at the most' I meant 3 hours is the LONGEST she will go without nursing. She usually nurses more often than that, just thought I'd clear that up because I wouldnt consider every 3 hours or longer 'often'.

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Noreen - posted on 10/10/2010

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I personally do not agree with sceduling. I am a firm believer in feeding babies when they are hungry and stoping when they are full! (I'm actually the same way with my animals when it comes to feeding them.) Same as sleep, letting them sleep when they are tired. I let them set up their own routine of when they are hungry/tired. And I am defintly against crying it out.

Merry - posted on 10/10/2010

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Leah, any amount of formula can cause side effects, it can cause allergies too so I'd say if you must be away from her just have her eat baby foods or pump your milk.
Formula is a risk you don't need to take at this point! Bottles have their own risks tothejaw and teeth and ears so best option is just to leave water cup and baby foods!

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Leah, I would not introduce formula. There is really no need as she can eat solids and have water while she is away from you for short periods. If you pump, she could have that as well/instead. After a year she could have whole milk if necessary while away from you.... or just solids and water. :)

Minnie - posted on 10/10/2010

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My two year old nurses about once an hour. But this is just a guess because I've never made an attempt to really quantify it. At 12 months she was probably nursing 2-3 times an hour.

Rachel - posted on 10/20/2010

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Jayde, there are opinions, and there are facts. Scientific facts emerge out of controlled studies that take the guesswork out of things. When you speak about children under one not getting adequate nutrition from breast milk alone, you are plain misinformed.

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Marilyn - posted on 10/27/2010

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My 13 moth old breast feeds about 8-9 times per day sometimes more and sometimes a little less...My older two were each qa bit different My oldest at this age nursed about every 2 hours and my younger son abut every 3-4 hours each have had their own schedules and all are healthy happy kids....do what works for you

Meg - posted on 10/26/2010

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I feed my 11 month old son probably every 3 hours, at least. He will sleep from about 10 PM til when I get home from work at 3. Then he wants to eat. So I feed him. He wakes up anywhere from 1-4 times from 3 until 9 when I get up. We also Co sleep (that way i can actually get 5 hours of sleep!)
My boyfriend tells me I need to stop breastfeeding him, but its so much bonding I just love it. And he loves it too.
To be honest most people are really discouraging to me (Except for my mom who nursed all of her children) because my boyfriends entire family formula fed. Im kinda the odd ball being 18 and breastfeeding.
To be honest, if it works for you and your baby, Why stop? Its healthier than Cow's milk. Plus its a great way to keep a good bond with your baby.

Thanks for posting this, by the way, makes me feel like I'm not alone! :)

Cheri - posted on 10/25/2010

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It depends on what th child needs personally.We are mom's don't know exactly how much they will need at each nursing or how often but they do. When they are sick they nurse more eat less nursing gives them antibodies they need to fight a cold and soothes tummies better then anything. Or when they are on a growth spurt they will eat & nurse more. If you schedule when they nurse it will be up to you to choose when their body needs nutrition not the baby's body.
My daughter and son both nursed every 3 or so hours during the day and about the same at night. I give them what they need when they need it. I believe their body knows it's self and needs better then I do. I hope you don't get discouraged. I think it's wonderful you are sticking with the best for your baby girl! :) I wish more mom's were like you, we'd have a lot more healthy happy kids.
By the way when my son started eating 3 full meals a day his want for nursing went down to 2 times a day plus right before naps, bedtime, & a couple times during the night.

Krystal - posted on 10/25/2010

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My little man is 17 months old, and nurses every 2-4 hours all day and night :-) So...COMPLETELY normal honey!
We cosleep too...so he has it on tap all night.

Clare - posted on 10/24/2010

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I feed my 15 month old girl morning and evening, including a short feed if she wakes in the night. When I'm not working she'll often prefer to nurse mid morning / mid afternoon rather than take a bottle from mum!

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I'm kinda jealous of all you ladies, my son has not long turned 1 and is down to one feed before he goes down for "big sleeps" he's literally woken up one day and decided he no longer wants breast milk during the day, he's sleeping through the night and has been since he was a week old. I suddenly see the end of BF and i don't think i like the idea lol.

Melissa - posted on 10/23/2010

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every baby is different. im back to work now, so it has been less available to her. myt daughter is 15months old and she drinks homo milk from a sippy and never really seems to bother wiht the boob anymore unless shes really tired and cranky in the late afternoon. oh, and if im feeling lazy in the mornings i just bring her into bed with me and we snuggle and nurse. she really is self weaning, i was starting to think that was a myth! lol. as much as i enjoy our breastfeeding relationship, i must say im little happy to see it comming to an end....and definitly sad too, this is our 2nd and last child, i kinda want ot keep her my snuggly warm little cuddly baby forever :( lol

Heidi - posted on 10/23/2010

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my 15 month nurse 3 or 4 times a day. two to 3 times a night. he let him nurse when he wants it.

Merry - posted on 10/23/2010

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Audrey, just fyi, the breastfeeding recommendation is two years because weaning before that increases risk of illness to your child. Also it's not natural in humans to wean before 2.5years or so, so it will be very hard to wean at 1 years especially with how your daughter is with breastfeeding.
Maybe you could consider breastfeeding longer so it's not so emotionally traumatic for her, if she won't take a cup etc then it's going to be a big fight to wean. And really it's not helping either one of you to fight so hard for something that's not important or even helpful.
Check out kellymom.com and kathydettwyler.com and aafp.org they have great info as to why it's important to breastfeed past a year. And the risks of weaning early.
Everyone is quick to say that a year is a job well done and a great start for your daughter. They are right! It is, but especially with how much she sounds like she needs to breastfeed it would be really hurtful to her emotions to cut her off. And it's hard for moms to see their child in pain so I bet you both would benefit from a new goal!

Audrey - posted on 10/23/2010

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my daughter is 10 mnths and nurses about every 4 hours and sometimes more, she wakes up alot during hte night and nurses, i put her in the crib at the begining of the night but she ends up in the bed with me, and she absolutley will not take a bottle or a cup so i have to be there for every feeding, nobody else can do it...hopefully by 1 year i will have stopped breastfeeding... hopefullhy, my daughter has had 2 colds, one just recently and the other at 7 months

Minnie - posted on 10/23/2010

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Breastfeeding causes the uterus to contract and that could cause a miscarriage



It helps to keep up to date with accurate breastfeeding information.



Uterine contractions are a normal part of pregnancy, tandem-nursing or not. Many women begin having braxton-hicks contractions earlier than 20 weeks gestation. The uterus doesn't become receptive enough to oxytocin (the hormone released during breastfeeding) to initiate labor until around 37 weeks for most mothers.

Minnie - posted on 10/23/2010

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And dr sears book hasn't ever killed a baby so that's a plus.

Understatement of the year, Laura! LOL (well, not about the babies dying, but you get my drift ;)

Sarah - posted on 10/23/2010

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Hm my daughter is nearly 11 months... In the morning while still in bed she nurses off and on before waking up all the way, we wake up maybe by 10-11 am.... Then she has breakfast and later lunch, and nurses again before her nap around 3 or 4 pm... when she wakes up sometimes she nurses, but usually she'll have her snack or finger foods while I finish dinner, then she takes her bath. Then by the time we all sit down for dinner, she is ready to nurse again, so first I feed her some dinner until she insists then i nurse her to sleep for her second shorter nap. I usually give her a snack again around 8 or so and she nurses to sleep for the night around 11 pm. She wakes up about an hour or two later to nurse again well, then sleeps till early morning and nurses again and fallas back asleep till around 10 am and the schedule repeats itself, lol.

So I guess she usually nurses about 4 or 5 times during the day and 2 or 3 times at night.

Heather - posted on 10/22/2010

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I have a one year old too (and a 2 1/2 year old). The one year old breast feeds at least every few hours when I am not working. He also nurses frequently throughout the night. My first did this exact same thing.

Talia - posted on 10/22/2010

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yup I have a two-year old who nurses around every 3 hours when she's home with me, including at night -- but she does fine when she has to go without it. It's perfectly fine for both of us since I find nursing is such a restful break from the energy and trouble of a two year old!

Peter - posted on 10/22/2010

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My first little girl used to nurse a lot too and I just thought it was normal! She nursed quite happily until almost 3 and then weaned within a week. My youngest little girl only nurses when she wants to sleep and will go for 6 hours without nursing - I just think every child has their own needs!! Good Luck!

Jelena - posted on 10/22/2010

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My son is 17 months old, but his "schedule" was kinda the same around 1 too(except we moved the lunch before nap and before when he was going down for nap earlier he would have lunch after nap), and now it's something like this
9 am breakfast and after that nursing, potty
Noon lunch, potty nursing, nap
around 3 or whenever he wakes up snack(like yogurt, fruit, cheerios or puffs or something like that), nursing, potty
between 6-7 dinner cup of whole milk, potty and
around 9 before bed time nursing
I am planning on transitioning him to another cup of milk after the nap instead of nursing, since I am planing on working part time in the afternoon. But up till now he was really easy going about bottles, cups, nursing, milk, so I don't really except any trouble switching, but we will see :P

Roxanne - posted on 10/22/2010

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My little guy is 10 months old now. He BFs probably 2x before I drop him off at the sitters, then eats 2x there (2, 3.5 oz. bottles plus 2 solids—breakfast and lunch and water with meals), and probably 2-3x before going to bed. He's never slept through the night, so he wakes often to feed! He also eats dinner of course w/solids.

I still pump 2x/day and just recently starting taking Fenugreek to keep my supply where it is. It keeps dipping and I want to be able to go much longer than a year! He also eats every 3 hours.

Lenny - posted on 10/22/2010

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My toddler is now almost 19mths and i am still breastfeeding her. She refuses expressed breast milk and i latch her on for every feed.

i am feeding her 8 times daily inclusive of night feeding. we co-sleep so its not really a problem.

She is not very keen on solids, petite but healthy. I thank god that she has only caught the flu virus thrice till date and each time, she took less than 3 days to recover.

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Didn't read all the replies. (Wow, so many!)

But I just wanted to say that at a year old I counted my son's number of nursing sessions in a day and got 18-20. Of course they were shorter ones, like 3-5 minutes. I think there is such a wide range of normal.

Lori - posted on 10/22/2010

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Trust your instincts. But are you giving her snacks and letting her eat with the family? My kids really enjoyed that when they were one. Looking at a bottle fed baby how often do they take bottles? How many times do you see them sitting in their strollers drinking a bottle? every Three hours for a little snack is not so bad. My last one slept a good 6-7 hours at night and played all day with his sister. He did want a little snack now and then from me. it was okay. It won't be forever. So enjoys the cuddles!!!!!

Merry - posted on 10/22/2010

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Sonja, having sex causes more contractions then breastfeeding so as long as a woman is ok to have sex she can also breastfeed safely.
My drs concern isn't miscarriage it's weight gain. I'm very small and maybe a bit underweight and have a history with my firstpregnamcy of gaining a small amount of weight. That's her concern. But I am confident can gain weight and so I will not be making Eric wean early.
Be careful with baby wise, it's frowned upon by the aap, and it states a lot of 'facts' that are proven to be false. Lots of them, vie researched it a lot and many things in that book are actually lies.
Try reading dr sears sleep book and you can see all his sites research groups and studies etc. He is actually a dr too, which helps. And dr sears book hasn't ever killed a baby so that's a plus.

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I agree. We have 4 children all have been breastfed. We have tried every method out there when it comes to nursings and sleep. I think the crying it out cause more bedtime drama then what its worth.

Katherine - posted on 10/21/2010

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my little girl is almost one and she breastfeeds 4-5 times a day and usually wakes up a couple of times a night for a feed.

Sonja - posted on 10/21/2010

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Laura I am a nurse and the reason you doctor wants you to cut back on breastfeeding is because while you are pregnant you run the risk of miscarriage while breastfeeding. Breastfeeding causes the uterus to contract and that could cause a miscarriage. My son is 2.5 months old and breastfeeds every 2 hours during the day and maybe 1 or 2 times at night. He is a baby wise baby and has done wonderfully with it.

Kara - posted on 10/21/2010

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my son is 13 months and I still nurse ih 3x a day when he wakes up in the AM and when he wakes up from his afternoon nap and before he goes to bed other than that he get's his mom milk in his sippy cup through out the day.

Rachel - posted on 10/21/2010

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my daughter is 8mnths 3wks and she goes usually 3-4 hrs during the day and around the same at night

Dawn - posted on 10/21/2010

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My son is 23 months and he still nurses. The past 6 months I have been making him wait some if I am busy. He is starting to understand "When we get home" or "Let me make dinner first" How much he nurses varies. But for sure before going to bed or nap, and in the morning before we start our day. We co-sleep also. Well, kind of. We recently put a toddler bed next to our bed, I nurse him to sleep, and put him in his bed. His bed is pushed right up next to our bed, on my side, so when he wants to nurse he just crawls up into our bed. I usually sleep through it so I don't know when or how often he gets in with us. Some nights he stays in our bed till morning, other nights he goes back to his bed. Somedays he nurses a lot more then that. A few days he has been left with dad and not nursed at all. As long as what you are doing works for you keep at it. Don't worry about how much she is nursing. She knows what she needs. =)

Megan - posted on 10/21/2010

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Hannah, just a thought. We though my daughter had reflux and it was really an allergy to corn. Once I stopped eating corn she stopped throwing up. I eliminate corn, soy, wheat and dairy for the first six months and then gradually add wheat and dairy back in. I never went back to soy because it was destroying my thyroid and 91% of soy is GMO. We never went back to corn either. I did the same thing when I had my son who is now two and still nursing.

Hannah - posted on 10/21/2010

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my 4 month old nurses 6 or so times a day and night plus he has 2 or 3 bottles of breast milk at daycare. he also eats regular baby food once or twice a day. thats because he has severe acid reflux and i cant thicken my breastmilk (except what is pumped for daycare) so the doctor has told me to feed him babyfood. we are on a scheadule for the most part but that is because i'm not a stay at home mom or have the ability to just feed on demand. i'm a full time nursing student and a single mom. so the scheadule helps us out. i've pumped ever since my milk came in because i knew as soon as school started back he would have to go to day care. plus he goes to see his dad on sundays and although i have formula just in case i dont have enough milk to send to daycare (which is rare and he hasnt had formula since he was 2 months and even then it was once or twice) so pumping allows me to still make sure he has breastmilk and also helps me keep my production going because i want to make sure he gets the best milk during the cold and flu seasons. i would like to continue nursing until he is one but honestly i'm glad that i've been able to keep it going this long with everything that i have to do on my own. and unless we cant get his reflux under control with the 2-3 thickend liquids and baby food and i have to quit nursing him, i have no intentions of it anytime soon. but for us, a scheadule is best. and because we have done in since he was born, we dont have to worry about the on demand spurts. not that its bad by any means! we are just not able to do that with our hectic daily life scheadule.

Courtney - posted on 10/21/2010

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My little one just turned 1 also...She's been down to 3 times a day for a few months now. I just dropped the afternoon nurse and am hoping to drop the morning one soon! My goal is to be completely done by Thanksgiving!

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Alison, I'm guessing you only have one child...?? I had a very similar thought pattern to yours when my twin girls were born. They were schedule fed, etc... and did GREAT w/ it. Then my son came along... I started out trying to do things the way I had done w/ his sisters and we were both suffering. He's a different kid and needed me to treat him as such. Yes, he had a lot more issues w/ seperation anxiety and the like, but is coming out of it entirely on his own w/ time and patience. :)

Jenni - posted on 10/21/2010

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Sounds like she's a snacking and comfort feeding. She probably just takes a little bit at each feed.
My son (now 2 years old) we breastfed until 7 months and up until 4 months he would take little nips every 45 mins-1 1/2 hours. At 5-7 months he feel into a routine of every 3-3 1/2 hours.
My daughter is 5 months and since birth has nursed every 3 hours. At around 3-4 months she started nursing ever 3 1/2-4 hours. I also comfort feed her in between meals in the late afternoon-evening when she is fussy.

Susan - posted on 10/21/2010

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Wow I absolutely LOVE this. My daughter is 15 months and I was thinking about 18 months being the limit coz that is what my Mum and Sisters did. They were down to one feed a day form 14 months and the kids self weaned around 17 or 18 months. I've been panicking because My daughter still feeds three times a day (before sleeps) and a few times a night. I've been worrying that i'll never get her off, but we do love it at the moment and I guess what works for us is fine, and I think until she finishes teething I won't deny her that comfort! I'd rather feed her (or let her suck) than have a screaming sad baby on my hands in the middle of the night. I love that so many other moms are the same. Where I live everyone weaned around 10 months and I've been starting to feel like i'm doing something wrong! Glad to know i'm just a little fish in a HUGE pond! Thumbs up to all you demand feeding Mommies out there!

Merry - posted on 10/21/2010

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It's like they check in to make sure you still are paying attention and then it's safe to go and play again!
I love it how all my family and friends are shocked at how social and independent Eric is since he's never been in daycare, never been babysat other then grandma three times, and really just with me all day every day, and I don't ever ignore his crying, and I carried him a ton as a baby too. Whatever, it worked!

Lyndal - posted on 10/21/2010

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I agree with you Laura, my 5 girls all fed in different patterns. The last 2, who are still both feeding play independantly just fine. Both are happy to go to others and cope just fine when I'm not there. Just because I choose to let my baby "feed to need" (not DEMAND feeding) does not mean my life revolves around them. It means I am there when they need me.

Merry - posted on 10/21/2010

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Allison, my son also will play by himself for a long time and then ask to breastfeed! Then he returns to playing. Independence is learned from security not from being encouraged to be alone.

I hear a lot of your comments sound like the book baby wise, if so that explains why we differ. That book says so much as fact when it's a lie. I know because I see it first hand with my son and my friends kids. As well as medical studies and phycological studies on human brains and developments. We thrive on social contact, not from strict regulations or being alone.

If your son wasn't given bottles, he would likely breastfeed more. But that's all personal choice.

Since breastfeeding releases loving happy emotional chemicals I'd hardly think it could cause depression! But if a mom won't breastfeed in public she could get depressed as we should be able to socialize with our babies along.

I think schedules can work well, but also can be hurtful, as mom we just have the power to do as we think is best, and hopefully we pick right for our situation!

Heather - posted on 10/21/2010

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i wouldnt worry, just try to offer him food before you nurse if he'll eat any

Allison - posted on 10/21/2010

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wow, lots of mothers are into the demand feeding, so I might be unpopular here but my son is almost 13 months now and has been on a once a day feeding for almost 2 months now (I'm also pregnant). I disagree with the comment about them not absorbing nutrition from solids bc if you pay attention to the diapers, they do pass some foods like carrots, but others after eating them for a few weeks will just pass as urine bc their bodies use up the nutrients. breast milk is obviously better than other foods and milks, but I found powdered goat's milk to be more nutritious than water or juice for daytime drinks. I found that regular feedings are benificial to my family and he settled right into the schedule he set for himself in the first few months of life, it was my job to keep him on that schedule(obviously feeding more for growth spurts and comfort while teething) to give him a sense of security and stability and to allow myself a life beyond hourly feedings for years. He is a very happy and healthy boy, testing in steadily at the 95% for height and weight since he was 2 months old. He sleeps from 9pm to 8am and takes one 2 hour nap in the afternoon. He didn't have a problem moving to goats milk bottles one feeding at a time and is now regularly eating three meals, three snacks, one bf session in the morning and two bottles, one before his nap and one before bed.
I understand the desire to be all and everything for your little ones but you have to remember yourselves too. if you are happy feeding many times and hour for years, then by all means but it's common for depression to set in when your life revolves around them and they also get the message that you are always going to be there, so when you can't be, they'll be less secure. going to school, playing at the park, sleeping on their own, when you go on vacation or whatever may happen, they do need to someday realize that they are individual people and the earlier they do, the easier on everyone it is. My son also plays my himself in the living room for almost an hour, reading books, playing with toys and climbing around perfectly happy...just a different opinion on schedules and cio methods. They can work if you do it intuitively.

Tara - posted on 10/21/2010

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Well my son Ian was born 2months early and so I had to nurse him every 2 hours Dr's orders because he was so tiny. He nursed like you daughter no longer than 3 hrs. He didn't wake up in the night though I had to wake him to feed him. I started taking away 1 feeding every month after he turned 1 and he stopped on his own at 16months. My daughter Zoe has never nursed alot. She only ever wanted to eat every 3 hrs since the day she was born. She has only been eating 4 times a day since she started eating table food jsut because she didn't want her milk as often. She will be 1 in a week come tomorrow. I took away one of her feedings just like I did Ian I will take away 1 a month. I think it depends on the kid. Ian ate all the time and Zoe doesn't.

Fanchon - posted on 10/21/2010

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How did you get her to sleep on her own? I am dealing with that right now and she cosleeps and nursing 5+ times a night. I don't like the "cry it out" we did that with the other 2 kids when they were babies and we are still trying to rebuild security with them.

Erica - posted on 10/21/2010

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My little man at 22 months still nurses frequently day and night. Probably a couple times a night now and about 4-5 times per day.

Mandy - posted on 10/21/2010

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I breast fed my son who is now 9 for 14 mo. My middle daughter was breast fed for 16 mo and my youngest who will be 2 November 1st was nursed for 19 mo. And for each of them it was a great thing! They are very healthy children! When the swine flu was in full swing (we don't do flu shots!) no one get the flu! We want one more and when we do have the next one I will nurse as long as he/she wants! I love breast feeding!!!

Deanna - posted on 10/21/2010

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even though its been years since I breastfed... I remember nursing my 1 year old all the time...every 3 hours sounds very familiar... the advice given to increase her food throughout the day is very good advice... the more foods she eats, the less milk she is gonna have room for... for me, my kids got to a point where we were breastfeeding simply for comfort, and at age 1... I was not at all ready to give that up. It seemed like I was going to be doing it forever, and I was going to have someone attached to my boob for the rest of my life, but trust me... now that my kids are 8,10 and 12... wow, do I miss those moments. So I would say, until you are both ready to slow it down, enjoy it while it lasts... and you will know when you are ready to be done.
She will get to a point when she does not 'need' you as much as she does right now, it will happen.
I also would give a bottle of formula evey now and then so I could get out and do something without a baby, but I didn't notice the kids wanting to nurse any less.... it just gave me a case of superboob for a couple of hours :)
I am not sure if any of this is helpful, but I sure had fun reminiscing and smiling. :)

Jennifer - posted on 10/21/2010

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My 2 yr old nurses 2-3 times a night (sometimes just once) and if I happen to be home with her during the day 2-3 times... BUT if she is home and sick, she would try to attach herself to me and never let go if I let her (OUCH).

Lyndal - posted on 10/21/2010

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I feed to need. So my 9.5mth old feeds maybe 5-6 times during the daylight and anywhere between 1-4 times after dark.

My 3yo however still feeds anywhere up to 3 times a day and try's to sneak 1 in at night.

I hate that people feel the need to introduce formula after 6mths if they plan to be away from their baby for a few hours. My little one's have always been happy to take water or solids while away from me, but if I'm around, then it must be "booby" for them. They really only "need" 3 breast feeds in 24hrs after 6mths.

Antoinette - posted on 10/20/2010

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My girl olso turned 1 and I'm still breastfeeding her and I breastfeed on demand. When Shes not feeling well and doesn't eat much I know when she drinks more milk that she gets her food still. Shes theething and that makes her sick. So when shes drinking her milk she stays happy and its a proven pain reliever. Do you give her juice or water to drink too?

Amy - posted on 10/20/2010

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with my first, my son, we nursed every two hours like clockwork. . . with my two month old daughter we can go almost four hours in between feedings. What a huge difference in personalities! She actually hates when I wake her during the day after three hours to feed her due to engorgement, but once she's up, I feed her until she's content, and we are both happy!

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