Dear Lactation Consultant,
I'm a month pregnant and am also nursing a 7-month-old. She's interested in starting solids, but still enjoys nursing. Do you have any special advice?
Shall I aim on weaning her over the next month or two?
Thank you in advance for answering my question.
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