How old is to old to Breastfeed?

Ryan - posted on 06/26/2009 ( 489 moms have responded )

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I have seen some mother quit breast feeding as early as 6 weeks or never at all but i have also seen mothers who breastfeed til there kids are almost in middleschool. How old do you think is to old?

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I'm shocked at the ignorance in some of these responses.

A baby drinks milk after one so why not HUMAN MILK? Why is it ok to give a child the milk from another species breasts but not it's own mothers milk? why is that weird? why do people have a hard time wrapping their heads around that?? ignorance.

Just think about it.

It isn't rocket science.

Society has lost the art of basics.

People get all weirded out over breastfeeding. Breasts are WAY oversexualised in society and breastfeeding is hidden away like it is something terrible????? Why is it so bad that it's not shown on tv shows...not on many movies with babies very often...Bottles are everywhere..on cards, wrapping paper, gifts, photo albums....too many girls grow up feeling more comfortable with a bottle and being unsure about feeding their young!!! This is sad and wrong.

It's obvious that people need to be educated on this topic. Boys and girls...at school so they grow up informed and confident.

If any of you have a problem with a 1 yr old or older child drinking milk...just think about that cows teet your milk comes from...you swig that down and give it to your kids with not a thought about it being weird. Yet human milk sends you into a tailspin.

Is it ego that makes people put others down? or ignorance? Probably both. Sad. Lets push babies onto milk not really designed for them. ?? argh. Why is that SO important to society? I hope someday we look back on this kind of ignorance the same way we look back in disgust at the racist and sexist behaviours of the past.

Minnie - posted on 06/26/2009

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My book too old is when the child no longer needs it- and the only way you'll know when the child no loner needs it is if you allow the child to nurse as long as he chooses.



i.e. child-led weaning. I will nurse my daughter at five if she needs it.



>For all of you comparing breastfeeding to formula feeding- there are hundreds of components to human milk that they have been unable to reproduce. Doctors recommend stopping formula at 12 months because it truly offers no more benefits to the child. Human milk continues for as long as the child takes it.



Formula offers no immunities, and it is a known fact that the human immune system is not fully functional until about 6 years old. And I will counter the argument that you can express milk into a cup before it's given (because I know someone will)- antibodies are produced directly inside the breast in response to pathogens introduced into the breast from the child's saliva. That isn't possible through milk given in a cup.

Vicki - posted on 06/26/2009

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I'm planning on breastfeeding for at least two or three years. I'd do it til he goes to college if it wouldn't make it difficult to get a girlfriend lol. It is said that the longer a child is breastfed, the higher the IQ.

I already know my boy's father's dad and stepmom think it's a little funny. We were out for coffee recently and a women was breastfeeding her two year old. I let them know that was great, and two years is the minimum recommendation nowadays.

Minnie - posted on 06/26/2009

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I am just fascinated how the dairy industry is so incredibly pervasive. So pervasive that people think that kids are supposed to have cow's milk and that milk from human mothers is disgusting. It's outrageous.

Kate - posted on 07/02/2009

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Quoting Lindsay:




Kids do talk....about everything. If you listen to two young kids interacting they talk about what yummy, yucky, silly. They know a lot more about the at home life than I would expect. If little Johnny says anything about having mom's boob do you not think he would be ridiculed becasue of it? I'm pretty sure that wouldn't be a good positive day in Johnny's life.






 






My point is not that there are no benefits the keeping them on the breast but once they have a healthy balance of food in their daily diet, don't let them be humiliated because mom doesn't want to let her baby grow up or can't figure out how to bond when not attached to the boob.





And since kids talk...you should make your parenting decisions based on what those other kids will think.  Right?  Because their opinion matters a whole lot more than what is right for you or your child.



Please.



Kids DO talk and they do tease but they'll always find SOMETHING to tease about.  Let's say you don't let your kid eat chocolate but your friend's kid can eat it.  So friend's kid says to your kid, "You can't have CHOCOLATE?  Man, that stuff is good!  You're weird!"  So, umm...your kid comes to you and says "How come I can't have chocolate when Johnny can?"  Are you going to give in and let your kid have chocolate so he doesn't feel weird?  Or are you going to explain to him that different people make different decisions and you have decided that chocolate is not happening in your house?  Does Johnny's opinion matter that much to you?  Should it matter that much to your son?



I'm so sick of "mom doesn't want to let the baby grow up" or "can't bond any other way" arguments.  Are you for real?  Kids bond in LOTS of ways, breastfeeding is just one of them.  Kids also grow up at different rates.  Some 8-year-olds suck their thumbs; some give it up when they're 2.  Some kids play with dolls until they're 12; some give it up at 6.  So...who's to say one kid doesn't need to nurse longer than another?  You?  Are you the authority?  Plus, why should we force a kid to grow up if he isn't ready?  Do throw a kid who can't swim into a pool and say "good luck!" while you watch from the side?  Weaning before a child is ready is equally traumatizing.



No, a good parent spends plenty of time cuddling, playing and talking to their child and working on bonding in many different ways.  If breastfeeding is part of that cuddling time until the child is ready to give it up and only cuddle, play and talk, then what does it matter to you?

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Ashley - posted on 03/15/2012

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How is it wrong if a baby knows how/where to get milk from a breast but not if they know how/where to get it from a bottle??? That's like saying "if they can ask for it they're too old" but asking for a bottle is OK? Sorry, I don't get it! What's so magical about 6 months anyway? IMO 12 months should be the minimum, 2 years is more ideal... my opinion is based off of medical and anthropological research. What is your opinion based on?

Missy - posted on 03/15/2012

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Wow, apparently Shelby knows more than the American Academy of Pediatrics (who recommend 1 year minimum) and the World Health Organization (who recommend 2 years minimum). Where did you get your medical degree?

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U shouldn't breastfeed longer then 6 months unless the kid is premie. U definitely shouldn't be breast feeding a kid if they kno that they can suck on mommys boobs to get milk! It's wrong!

Threenorns - posted on 03/13/2012

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biologically speaking, the child cannot breastfeed after the last pair of molars erupt at around 7yr of age.



i breastfed exclusively until she started herself on solids at 5-1/2mo old (jamming both hands elbows-deep in a plate of orange mousse cake when the waiter at the buffet moved it a bit too close to her and then *growling* - just like an angry kitten! - when i tried to get it off her is a pretty definitive sign, imo) but i didn't fully wean her until she started kindergarten, just limited it to mornings and bedtime.



she was diagnosed with bottle mouth by the dentist who said it was a good thing i had been breastfeeding her bec it greatly slowed progression and limited the damage to three teeth. none needed to be extracted but one needed a pulpotomy because it wasn't detected until she was 4yrs old when her filling fell out.



when she was two, another dentist drilled and filled what he thought was a cavity in her right front tooth. the orthodontist explained that it hadn't been done *precisely* 100% which, under normal circumstances, would've been fine but because it was an infection [strep mutans bacteria is what causes bottle rot], all that happened was the bacteria was shielded from the antimicrobial action iof the breastmilk and was allowed to proliferate underneath the filling.



she turns 5 at the end of the week and is already reading and writing.



all in all, i'd have to say breastfeeding was a solid win all around.

MARION - posted on 08/07/2009

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I stoped breast feeding at 7 months because he was teething. But some mothers don't breast feed at all.

Amy - posted on 08/07/2009

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Okay, so I keep seeing things like" when they have teeth..ouch" When they are actively nursing, they will not bite. You can ask most mom's (many of whose children had a pretty darn good set of teeth by the age of 1 and who breastfed longer than that imaginary thresh hold) if biting was an issue, most will tell you no. My son bit me once (it didn't even hurt) I took him off the boobie and tried again about 15min later...he never did it again.
PS if YOUR child self weaned before 2, and that is where you are setting the standards, please be considerate of those whose children are still enjoying the benefits beyond that magic age. Every child is different and their needs are varied.

Camille - posted on 08/07/2009

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Before I had my daughter, I had a plan to breastfeed for 6 months. Now, she's 6 months old and I can't imagine weaning her right now. I think we'll probably nurse until she's at least 2. I guess we'll play it by ear. I'm sure she will not be nursing until middle school age though! I don't want to judge but for me, that's too old. =P

Annick - posted on 08/07/2009

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Hi there i think 1 year is more than long enough, my children came of there bottle at 1 year so why should breast feeding be any different, i breast fed both my boys for 4 months then they went to bottle and then at one year they went on the cup. Although it is a personal thing, moms also need to have there life back breatfeeding for a year in my eyes are more than enough, Take care.

Minnie - posted on 08/07/2009

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We don't go to cow's milk. Cows milk is intended for baby cows. As is human milk intended for the young of the human species, not adults. Its a pretty simple concept, and evidenced the world over in that the majority of humans begin developing lactose intolerance (a normal condition) at about age six, with it progressing as they age.

Missy - posted on 08/07/2009

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To those protesting offering your children cow's milk, do you pump your own milk and offer it to your husband's and older children at the dinnertable? I agree with the person who said that women's breasts are oversexualized--there is NO DOUBT about that! But when then, do we go from human milk to cow's milk, and why would be the next question.

Amy - posted on 07/30/2009

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It's a personal decision, I think you should do it as long as you and the child are comfortable with it.

Ruby - posted on 07/30/2009

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I weaned my first child at 13 months and my second child weaned himself at 4 months. It depends on a lot of things and also on the child. I had to wean my first child because he would start to un button my shirt in the store or try to pull up my shirt in public.

My second child preferred the bottle over me, so at 4 months, he went on formula.

Rochelle - posted on 07/29/2009

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An age-old question and everyone has a different opinion. My personal opinion is it's definitely time to wean when they can ask for it by name using a complete sentence! I do not think it is appropriate for a mother to show up at school during nap time to breastfeed her school aged child. Breastfeeding should be about meeting the "needs" of the child, those needs change as they grow up and some children sooner than others. It is not healthy to give a child everything they "want". Some mothers quit breastfeedeing due to teeth and biting, others due to lack of milk supply, while others believe there is a specific cut-off age. The bottom line is, what is right for you and your child?

Deborah - posted on 07/28/2009

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I had planned to breast feed my children up to about 6 months. At this age weaning starts in ernest so i planned to supplement food with formula, weaning from breast to bottle over a few months. In reality, my first stopped at about six weeks (due to sore nipples and advice to supplement with a bottle, which he got used to and so stopped taking the breast) and my second wouldn't breast feed at all.

Lori - posted on 07/28/2009

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Wow - interesting dialog. Personally, I thought I'd breastfeed til my son wanted to stop. I ended up stopping him at age 5, when I had to due to an illness and medication. He would still nurse today if he could... he LOVED nursing, and benefitted greatly from it. Human milk is benefiicial to a child's well being; and human cloesness is essential to a child's development. I think there are a lot of individuals who are uninformed about the benefits of extended breastfeeding, and therefore their ignorance leads to unmerrited fears.

Jamie - posted on 07/28/2009

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In my opinion it is totally mom's comfort level. I nursed my first daughter until she was over a year and I went back to work. My second daughter was only about 6 months. I would have loved to continue to nurse but She was such a healthy eater I couldn't keep up.

I would say as long as you are able and comfortable to do it.

Kate - posted on 07/27/2009

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My newborn just fell asleep at my breast, and my 18-mo-old acted out all morning (with daddy) until she got to nurse, then was happy and fine.

There is no "legal cut off;" that is just ridiculous. Nurse your babies until they are ready to stop, they need it!

Minnie - posted on 07/27/2009

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Lisa Rankin- what?! Two is legally the cut-off? Where have you heard such nonsense?

Lisa - posted on 07/27/2009

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I'm with the West coast chic, legally, 2 is the cut-off, I breastfed all three of mine for a year.

Rebecca - posted on 07/27/2009

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The World Health Organisation recommendation is to breastfeed for at least the first 12 months, and ideally beyond. I fed my first until 14 months and my second until 15 months. Each time I weaned it was a complete non-issue with my kids - they were ready. I was also pregnant with my next child each time, and felt that it was right for me too. I think it is a very personal choice. I personally wonder what issues it might raise if you feed a child for long enough that they remember it! But that is just me - and something I personally am not comfortable with.



I get frustrated with the number of "looks" you get from about 6 months on if you still breastfeed. I have no problem with people who stop - for whatever their reasons are. But it IS recommended, so why the stares!?

Minnie - posted on 07/27/2009

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Oooh, people must be bored with the other threads to ressurect this one, lol.

Nicole - posted on 07/27/2009

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What did she mean by "middle class" ? It is what is best for you and your CHILD! It is nature perfect food! It is full of antiboties? and is what is best for your child! I think you should breast feed for as long as you and your child are comfortable with and for as long as the relationship is working for both of you. Keep at it!

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Quoting Rachel:

And I think if a mom wants to pump indefinately - then there shouldn't have to be a breaking point in supplying milk by way of bottle or cup.



Having pumped indefinately...and having a husband that wouldn't touch me w/out being freaked out if I was going to get milk all over him, there's PLENTY of reasons to have a breaking point before 2 or 3 or god forbid, later! Pumping made me feel like a cow. It was tedious, annoying and at times painful. I'd have to stop in the middle of whatever I was doing when it was time to pump, I'd have to lug the thing around with me to work, on vacation, etc... sure if I was ABLE to breastfeed it'd have been the same, but I don't think its comparable. You don't need equipment to breastfeed and having to require all the necessary items for pumping, ugh... I don't exactly look forward to that part of having this next child!



I'm also a little baffled by the comments of ppl saying breastfed babies looked sickly? My son NEVER looked sickly. Sure he was in the 10th percentile on weight & height but they were equal, it's not like he was misproportioned like 70th on height & 10th on weight, he was perfectly proportioned (minus his huge head).



Lastly, completely acknowledging some definite draw backs to having breasts sexualized, like not being able to take my shirt off in public, I personally enjoy that part of foreplay in sex! When my husband would not play with them in bed because he was creeped out by the milk it was very saddening! I love my breasts and they want to be played with! Hopefully your spouses or sexual partners would not be creeped out by the milk produced by your breasts, but it sucked for me!

LISA - posted on 07/11/2009

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my son is 10mths and already weaned onto milk... it's a personal choice but i say when they have teeth because my son eats what we do and has a bottle of milk to go with it... by 1 year they should be able to eat like every other person at the table... just my opinion... and I had no idea women breastfed their kids till 2-3... i always thought it to be up till one... but this is how my son eats... any way you chose is whats best for you and him...do some reading and find out more

Melissa - posted on 07/11/2009

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The comparison of breast milk and formula is ridiculous. They are not the same and comparing weaning from formula and weaning from breast milk has no merit.

Annette - posted on 07/07/2009

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Like all the others say, it is personal but I would have breast fed till 2, I had to stop at 18 months due to a mammogram exam.

What ever you feel comfortable doing,do it! but if the child comes to you in the mall after he or she starts talking and asks to be fed it may be a bit embarrassing.

Elizabeth - posted on 07/07/2009

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id say the first time i got bit with those pointy teeth would be it for me but i think its up to each persons own thoughts . since i didnt breat feed and didnt want to i think when you think its to old its up to you

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That's only because Americans have turned breast into a sexual icon. There is nothing wrong with breastfeeding a child until they along with the mother make the decision to stop. Children don't see breasts as sexual. If that is the case then maybe bottles should be seen as a sexual icon too. Adults are the ones that instill these views and opinions into children and make them feel ashamed about breastfeeding. Children don't ever come up with this idea on their own.

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I don't think there is a magic number of when a person should stop breastfeeding their child. It all comes down to personal preference and when you and your child decide it is time to stop. Here in the United States people have misconception that breastfeeding after a certain age is wrong. I personally breastfed my son until he was almost 3 years old and I have a friend who breastfed hers until he was 3 1/2 years old.



As for all of those who think it's weird, absurd, ridiculous, (or whatever other term you want to use) to breastfeed after 1 year, I feel that's because you have been raised in the U.S. by mother's who probably didn't breastfeed or mother's who stopped breastfeeding when their babies were 1 year or younger.



Again my opinion is to breastfeed for as long as you and your child feel comfortable, and don't listen to all the rude/ignorant people who try to convince you otherwise. There is nothing wrong with breastfeeding your child after he/she is past the age of 1, and most importantly it provides a lot of nutrients and antibodies. So if anything the longer your child is breastfed the more he/she will benefit.

Lisa - posted on 07/06/2009

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Quoting Sarah:



Quoting Ryan:

How old is to old to Breastfeed?

I have seen some mother quit breast feeding as early as 6 weeks or never at all but i have also seen mothers who breastfeed til there kids are almost in middleschool. How old do you think is to old?





Breastmilk is so good that adult cancer patients are benefiting from it.  






 






It's just human milk..let the kids drink it as long as they like I say!! 






 






If a cows breastmilk is ok then why shouldn't the babies very own mothers milk be ok??






I would be interested in reading the studies done on the cancer patients, please include a link if possible thank you.

Minnie - posted on 07/06/2009

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Quoting Tamara:

I figure when my kid goes off to college, than it might be time to cut off the boob. ;-D


LOL, Tamara, that's classic!

Andrea - posted on 07/06/2009

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Quoting Lisa:

My book too old is when the child no longer needs it- and the only way you'll know when the child no loner needs it is if you allow the child to nurse as long as he chooses.

i.e. child-led weaning. I will nurse my daughter at five if she needs it.

>For all of you comparing breastfeeding to formula feeding- there are hundreds of components to human milk that they have been unable to reproduce. Doctors recommend stopping formula at 12 months because it truly offers no more benefits to the child. Human milk continues for as long as the child takes it.

Formula offers no immunities, and it is a known fact that the human immune system is not fully functional until about 6 years old. And I will counter the argument that you can express milk into a cup before it's given (because I know someone will)- antibodies are produced directly inside the breast in response to pathogens introduced into the breast from the child's saliva. That isn't possible through milk given in a cup.


I agree with her.  Breastfeeding provides so many nutrients that formula or any other milk just cannot compare to.  I quit nursing my daughter when she was about a year and a half, but only because her teeth bothered me.  If I could have, I would have nursed longer.  It's really up to the individual... whatever the mother is comfortable with.

Aubrey - posted on 07/06/2009

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i believe its a personal decision, my daughter was 2 years and 2 months when she stopped completly and honestly she would have still been doing it but i got pregnant with my 3rd. she was only nursing before bed and i totally know that it was a comfort. its not something to be ashamed about. whenever you are both ready that is when its time. dont let others tell you otherwise

Tamara - posted on 07/06/2009

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I figure when my kid goes off to college, than it might be time to cut off the boob. ;-D

Minnie - posted on 07/06/2009

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Quoting Kate:




Quoting Amy:

It is a personal choice. I have never breastfed any of my kids but I have a friend that is still breastfeeding her 2 year old and she is under weight and sickly looking. My personal opinion is 6 months. My other friends are the same way they breastfed their kids but stopped when they got teeth.







Most formula-fed kids are OVERweight; breastfed babies are generally not underweight.  People are not used to seeing babies who are exclusively breastfed until 6 mo. and then continue breastfeeding with solids for a year or more.  But they are not nearly as heavy as formula-fed or cow's-milk-fed babies but this is NORMAL!  They are healthy!  My DD is almost 33" tall but weighs only 23 lbs.  Believe me, she'd be considered "underweight" by a formula-feeding chart, but she is not!  She is incredibly strong and healthy.








Remember -- all of the growth charts are based on white, male, formula-fed babies.  They are not based on, nor accurate for, breastfed babies.  What matters is that a baby is steadily gaining weight, no matter how slowly, and appears healthy in other ways.








kellymom has a growth chart for breastfed babies. 

Barbara - posted on 07/06/2009

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I did for 10 and 1/2 months. My theory...When would you throw the bottles away?

Lynn - posted on 07/06/2009

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My youngest son has asthma and had a delayed immune system...as a result we nursed up until he was a 2 1/2 years old. Specialist wanted 3-5 years of nursing and I said anything after a year was bonus so I am proud of myself but normally would not have made it past the first year if it was for my son's health issues and reactions to food.

Diane - posted on 07/06/2009

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I believe each situation is different. I breastfeed my children until 6 months, my husband and I went away on a weekend and left the baby with my husbands parents and by the time I got home the child didn't even remember the breast. I wanted to breastfeed my daughter until 1 years old, but God had other plans I didn't produce enough breast milk I even tried pumping to increase the milk, but nothing worked, but I personally believe about 1 year is a good time to start giving the toddler a cup you can continue with breast milk in the cup or whole milk, but I would discuss this with the doctor 1st before doing anything.

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I believe it's every mother and child's right to decide what is best for their breastfeeding relationship. We are doing child-led weaning and are still going strong at 2.5yrs. old. My 13w old daughter is nursing strong of course as well. My son is a very smart, strong, healthy (only been sick 4 times), independent and confident, very social and polite young boy. I do attribute a lot of this to breastfeeding and allowing him to decide when he's ready to stop, whenever that will be. The world average is 3-4yrs, which I hope is what we do, go to, at least.





Good links:


http://www.kellymom.com/bf/weaning/how_w...


http://www.kathydettwyler.org/detwean.ht...

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Quoting Sarah:



While i don't agree with the term 'Nazi's', i do think some breastfeeding mum's are a little OTT with their views....i mean you say in your post that formula is a 'poor subsitute' for breastfeeding.....how do you think that makes us mum's who didn't or couldn't breastfeed feel??






I think that breastfeeding mothers get lots of support, through doctors advocating it, books and articles advocating it, we even had an advert campaign here in the UK advocating it. It's SO drilled into people that 'breast is best' that if you can't or don't for whatever reason, you are left feeling ashamed and branded as lazy, selfish and a failure.






I think this is funny, as my son was unable to latch due to medical reasons (inverted nipple) and I chose to pump & bottle feed my son until age 1. I was criticized for not breast feeding, and after reading MANY of these comments felt ashamed or put down for bottle feeding my son, even though it was medically necessary to do it the way I did AND he still recieved breast milk for his first year. He was started on cups as soon as he could hold one and ONLY recieved milk in his bottle, which was taken away w/the last bit of mommy milk. I think it's BS for women to make other women feel ashamed for things out of their control! We don't know all the reasons some women quit when they do, or all the reasons some women go on as long as they do, and I don't see ANY reason to criticize any one person for their decision. I may or may not think it's weird to breast feed toddlers but would NEVER criticize someone who did!

Jocie - posted on 07/06/2009

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Honestly, it's really up to you. I have a one year old, and I am still nursing, but I am also trying to wean him and get him to drink whole milk, so it's really whenever you feel comfortable.

Kate - posted on 07/06/2009

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Quoting Amy:

It is a personal choice. I have never breastfed any of my kids but I have a friend that is still breastfeeding her 2 year old and she is under weight and sickly looking. My personal opinion is 6 months. My other friends are the same way they breastfed their kids but stopped when they got teeth.


Most formula-fed kids are OVERweight; breastfed babies are generally not underweight.  People are not used to seeing babies who are exclusively breastfed until 6 mo. and then continue breastfeeding with solids for a year or more.  But they are not nearly as heavy as formula-fed or cow's-milk-fed babies but this is NORMAL!  They are healthy!  My DD is almost 33" tall but weighs only 23 lbs.  Believe me, she'd be considered "underweight" by a formula-feeding chart, but she is not!  She is incredibly strong and healthy.



Remember -- all of the growth charts are based on white, male, formula-fed babies.  They are not based on, nor accurate for, breastfed babies.  What matters is that a baby is steadily gaining weight, no matter how slowly, and appears healthy in other ways.

Amy - posted on 07/06/2009

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It is a personal choice. I have never breastfed any of my kids but I have a friend that is still breastfeeding her 2 year old and she is under weight and sickly looking. My personal opinion is 6 months. My other friends are the same way they breastfed their kids but stopped when they got teeth.

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Quoting Lisa:

As soon as they get teeth!! Ouch!



Some babies are born with teeth ....does that mean we should never breastfeed......??????

Linda - posted on 07/06/2009

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I breastfed my son till he was 2 years old and my daughter till she was 1 year 11 months because she was refusing solid food and only wanted to breastfeed. I think two years old is fine.

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