We just quit night nursing. My toddler will be 2 years old in just a couple of weeks. And it was my decision. Suddenly one night when he nursed I just got a very strong "NO MORE! I'M DONE!" feeling. And that was that. I talked to him about it, and he didn't react too much. But when night came and he woke up at 4 am. and wanted to nurse he was so not happy when I didn't nurse him. He screamed and cried and was really mad until 7 am! I was there with him the whole time, of course. Then he nursed at 7, and slept until 9.30.
The next night already went a lot better, he mostly just said "mama" "maaaama" several times and when he didn't get to nurse he went back to sleep.
He nursed around 8 am and then slept until 10.30 that morning. So night weaning is obviously exhausting, hah.
And now this morning was the third night and it went fine, he mostly slept, he asked for me once. And went back to sleep again and slept until 8.30 before he woke up and got to nurse. (We got up then though.)
I'm very glad it went that well.
It just seemed like he understood that I was serious about this. He had his little protest, but I would too, he's almost 2 and has never before been denied nursing exactly when he wants.
But I also feel a little sad that it was my decision and he didn't get to wean on his own. But I just felt like I couldn't do it any more, not even one more night.
He still gets to nurse all he wants during the day. But it hasn't changed. It's morning, and afternoon, and bed time. Sometimes an extra time. And if he wakes up before I go to bed, he gets to nurse. It's only the bed time (or the later one if it happens) or early morning when he's sleepy that last 10-20 minutes. The day time ones just last 4-5 minutes.
I'm so glad he is continuing those though, I don't feel ready at all to stop nursing. So I'm glad he still wants to!