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💛 Recording of the Gentle Toddler Nursing Live Seminar
💛 Lifetime access to course recordings
💛 A private community to connect with fellow weaning mamas
What Happens Next:
- Once payment is made you will be directed to your library where you will be able to access your recording after the live session
- If the program is not there don't fret, it will be there soon
- Meanwhile you will receive an email telling you more about what to expect
What People Are Saying:
"I just wanted to share that my 3 1/2 year old is officially weaned. I'm so grateful for the support I've received from the extended breastfeeding community. The journey has been rough at times, but I'm happy to be at this point. My son will occasionally ask for milk, but is easily redirected. I never thought I would be able to celebrate weaning happily until I attended the workshop. It really helped me recognize the importance of showing patience and compassion not only for my child but for myself."
Megan D -
"I appreciate you making space for this topic and conversation as every family situation is different. My daughter is 2.5 and is still breastfeeding. We have successfully weaned overnight feeds (was no simple feat, but has significantly helped her sleeping!)
My breastfeeding goal was always to make it to one year, but preferences and our situation have continued longer than I had anticipated - which is amazing... AND also presents challenges.
I want to recognize all the moms out there that might be in this situation. Family and friends don't always understand. Nursing your child provides nutrition and an opportunity to bond - as long as you and the child are 'into' it. Limiting 'milk booby' (as my daughter calls it) is not as simple as saying 'no,' for both mom and 'baby' or 'child.' You are not alone."
Nicole A. -