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I think it is a personal thing. For me, I wanted to be done nursing when my kids were 1 year. I did not nurse my oldest son bc I could not – he never got enough and was happier with formula. My daughter nursed the longest – 10 months and my youngest son for about 7 months. I feel that I gave them what they needed nutritionally. I had no intention of nursing past the 12 – 14 month stage. I liked nursing when they were little babies and was “done” as they inched near toddlerhood. Truth be told, THEY chose when they were done nursing. I think we were in sync! They were done when I was close to being done. It was a good thing. However, I think it is a case-by-case, child-by-child decision.
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