Just wanted to round up our recent collection of night-weaning stories, attachment-parenting style. I’m proud of this little series – I feel like it could have possibly had some real-life impact: if this blog has that potential then I’m satisfied.
To wrap up:
Throughout August and September, I chronicled our own journey:
here (where I mused that it might be time to start), here (where I first seriously contemplated the project), here (where we had a bit of a false start), here (after a successful Night 1) here (after Night 3) and here (where I recapped a little and told you about the first test our new regime faced).
While that was happening, we also featured some other mummies’ stories:
Sarah‘s family also started with Dr Gordon’s guide – tailoring it for their own energetic little man and tackling the project at their own gentle pace. She told us all about the ongoing project here.
Emma has been in the game longer than any of us others … she’s had a little night-milk junkie on her hands for almost three years now. But when she decided to embark on the night-weaning project, taking (like we all did) the gentlest, most natural approach, she had surprising success.
If anyone else has a night-weaning story to share, whatever your methods or philosophies were or are, please get in touch with us – I’d love to keep sharing these stories!