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How do I wean my baby?

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In brief: Whatever works

Most breastfeeding moms find that making a plan of cutting down one breastfeeding session each week or two until you are left with the one feeding that seems to be most important for the baby's overall day/well-being works best.
Cut out this feeding last.

In brief: Whatever works

Most breastfeeding moms find that making a plan of cutting down one breastfeeding session each week or two until you are left with the one feeding that seems to be most important for the baby's overall day/well-being works best.
Cut out this feeding last.
Dr. Scott J. Wolfson
Dr. Scott J. Wolfson
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Dr. Michael Coogan
Pediatrics

In brief: Gradually ;)

You will notice that between 6 and 12 months, as your baby eats more solid food per meal, s/he will probably spend less time sucking (presuming that you feed solids first then offer milk after the meal) and s/he will wean her/himself.
You can introduce a cup between 6-9 months and quit breast/bottle sometime between 9-12 months.

In brief: Gradually ;)

You will notice that between 6 and 12 months, as your baby eats more solid food per meal, s/he will probably spend less time sucking (presuming that you feed solids first then offer milk after the meal) and s/he will wean her/himself.
You can introduce a cup between 6-9 months and quit breast/bottle sometime between 9-12 months.
Dr. Michael Coogan
Dr. Michael Coogan
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