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I think my breastfeeding of my 2.5 year old is coming to an end. For the past few months it’s only been morning and evening anyway, and now I’ve gently tried to get him to stop in the evening because he wasn’t latching properly and sometimes it was hurting. When it wasn’t hurting, he just licked my nipples or put them in his mouth and then came straight off again. He’s still been latching in the mornings, but now I’m pretty sure he isn’t getting any milk.

I’m proud of what we’ve achieved. He didn’t have his (quite severe) tongue tie cut till he was 5 months. Because of this not being diagnosed as the issue, he was mix fed from just a few days old, but we persisted making sure the majority was breast milk, including lots that was pumped. I went back to work when he was 8 months, I was doing 4 days by the time he was 10 months, but we still continued and made it all the way to now.

I’m currently 19 weeks pregnant with number 2 so I won’t get much of a break!!

Managed to snap a picture this morning as I guessed this would be one of our last feeds.
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My big boy is no longer interested in breastfeeding. It's been a lovely 16 months of bonding and cuddles. In the past few months we were only on morning and evening feeds. How do I safely stop with breastfeeding? Do I need to continue expressing or would that just prolong my milk production? Thanks lovely ladies ... See MoreSee Less

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Last Saturday we shared information on the many playgrounds, parks and open spaces in Sheffield to help you get out in the fresh air. Check out this amazing illustrated map of some of Sheffield's great parks and green spaces! It was created by It's Great Outdoors as part of the Festival of Social Science. An exhibition celebrating Sheffield’s Green Spaces is running for its last day today but is open until 8pm. If you are in town why not pop in for a visit?

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