UGH!!! I am so frustrated. I am still breastfeeding my 7 month old (not sure when we'll stop), I breastfed my 10 year old for 4 months. My goal is to make it to a year. My mother in law has been telling me since Kendyl was born, that she doesn't want to nurse anymore. I have handled it up until now. I am so frustrated! My husband is very supportive, and I know that is all that should matter. But I just feel like the world is so anti-breastfeeding. Any given moment my little one fusses, she will say, "I think she doesn't want to nurse any more". And I sat, no, she's just fussy/tired/fill in the blank. I am not handling this well anymore because it seems like she is saying it more often as Kendyl gets older. How can I handle this tactfully without buring bridges???
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