Ok, so I read this thing that says I should not nurse Kendyl Bear to sleep cause the milk can rot her teeth (well, she doesn' have any yet). But I LIKE to nurse her at bedtime, it's special. So, I don't want to wreck her teeth, and I know it will be hard for both her and I to cut out the bedtime nurse, should I start to cut it out now before her teeth come in? How do I do it? I tried one day and it killed me. She cried so sadly and kept rooting around looking for the boob. She was so tired but couldn't get settled and she really didn't have a royal fit, only whimpered sadly and rooted. I wanted to cry for my poor little bear. WHAT DO I DO! I want to do what's best, but how?
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