Desperately want to wean babyDoes anything dry up breastmilk? I have a toddler whom is not at all cooperating with the weaning process. I need my milk to dry up so she'll just give up. Please help!
2kidsfornow on 2005-01-19
Continue to be sweet and smiling and laughter. DO NOT act like she is pitiful. If she gets this attitude from you, you are REALLY in trouble. Children can always outwait the parent.
Let us know how it goes.
♡ sabra last decade
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