I am all about breastfeeding. My first child I breastfed for a year. My second I only did it for about a month. (I really regret that but I suffered from post partum depression and never even wanted to get out of bed, let alone feed my baby. Thank God for my husband and mother in law!) My third I was able to nurse for about 17 months. I finally gave up because I was pregnant with my fourth, and well, just exhausted from everything.

So now I am proudly breastfeeding my fourth, going on now for 17 months now. I never had a plan on how long this was going to go for and I still really don't. But my nipples have needed a break for a while now and I'm not sure when that time will come. My daughter needs to be nursed to sleep. She pretty much uses my nipple as a pacifier and well it's just getting very old and well it's getting ok'd and frustrating...


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