What moms say: how to wean a baby

What moms say: how to wean a baby

 

Breastfeeding is an important aspect for the development of the baby, its connection with the mother and the establishment of immunity, but the moment comes when it is time to wean off.

How to do it most comfortably and painlessly for a child is discussed by our mothers-forumchanki.

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Mama N_a_t_a: Dear experienced mommies, please advise how to properly complete the GW. Baby 1.3, already smoothly removed all daytime feedings, left alone for the night, under which we both fall asleep and one around 6 in the morning. Sleeps all night, do not drink anything. What to do next? Which of these feedings should be removed first? Provided that in the evening you can still lay on the handles (though, be sure to hold his hand on his chest). Do you need to do something with it or will it pass by yourself? But if you do not give the breast around 6 in the morning, then it starts crying and wakes up.

And what are the correct actions on day X? Strain chest and bandage? Just bandage?Apply cold? To drink any special herbs or pills? How long should breast treatments be done? Thank you in advance.

Mama dashylia_888:It is advisable not to wean off until spring, start from April. The kid also gets your immunity, and now it's still winter, viruses. Leave for spring. During the day, drink less. In the evening, leave one feeding. Squeeze in the event that there is a need for this, a very crowded chest, decant only to comfort.

Mom Frosya:It all depends, of course, on the child. There is another option to replace something. Some are replacing bottle milk. Some - compote of dried fruit. True, then there will be the same night feedings, but you still have to go get this bottle. I fed my own for a long time, almost up to 3, so my experience, probably, is not indicative to you. I had feeds for sleep and at night on demand. I first cleaned the night feeds and before the daytime sleep, leaving only the one before the night's sleep. So I kept it for a couple of weeks so that both small and milk production could be reduced. Then she took the child to her mother. He did not see me, so he did not demand much. Although, of course, sad. Then, after 5 days, I arrived and he, of course, tried to beg, but first,it would be madness, and, secondly, there was no milk anymore. Regarding bandaging - do not bandage. I did not dare to bandage. On the 2nd day my temperature rose and a lot of milk arrived. But I just endured. Did nothing at all. After 2 days everything went away. I excommunicated in the summer.

Maia Mama123:The only correct weaning is that the child has grown up and does not need it himself. The rest of the weaning is child abuse: his health, psyche, immune system, etc.

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Mama Demeter:We are already 1 year and 9 months old, but still nothing, if you do not give the chest hysterics. Requests 1-2 times a day and night. How can you safely wean baby. Share your experience. Thank.

Mom Limpo:Excommunicated at 2.2, I really enjoyed weaning gradually, we came up with this option. First, I cleaned the daytime feedings - I left my mom to lay down for the daytime sleep, and she went outside on business. He, of course, whimpered a bit, boomed, but after 3 days I already laid him in the daytime without a chest - I really shook my arms, which was not easy.After six months, I just decided to remove the evening feeding (I just didn’t bother me with GW), the little one had a good enough endurement, explaining that there wasn’t enough milk, and that I would give him at night when it gathered in his chest, this explanation suited him. Well, then he somehow refused in the morning, and only remained at night. And at night, I just had patience and he cried for a couple of nights, I took him to the pens and explained, stroked my back, gave some water. In general, everything turned out. Now I calmly change clothes (I don’t feed him for 2 months), he looks at his chest with a small one and says - milk, but I don’t eat it any more, this is for babies. Good luck to you! If you have questions - write.

I know that it is easier for some to quit - but then, as for me, the chest can swell and you need to actively involve the 3rd person (husband, grandmother, etc.)

Mom Ksinna:I completely excommunicated when my son was already 2.4, but his chest still hugs him, when he goes to bed, he just does not suck milk. She gradually excommunicated just until she saw that he no longer needed milk, and her breasts were needed for comfort. She survived for a long time how it will be, but everything went fine, painlessly, the main thing is to decide that the child and you no longer need it, and not advisers who whisper that the big child will be enough to feed already!

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    What moms say: how to wean a baby

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    What moms say: how to wean a baby

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    What moms say: how to wean a baby

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    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

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    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby

    What moms say: how to wean a baby