I have had to nurse just before sleep, particularly during growth spurts. To not interrupt all my hard work, I go into her bedroom 5minutes earlier than normal. It takes her 10minutes to takes herself to sleep, so I go in 15mins before hand. Once she slows and is comforting herself rather than eating, I remove her from the breast and go into the bed time routine (swaddle, blinds etc..). Then I put her down in her crib and let her wind down herself. I was using shush pat which helped us both get used to her going to sleep in her crib, I now just sit near her with some white noise. She does protest at not being cuddled and on the breast, but she always goes to sleep within a couple of minutes on her own. This has really helped with her napping in general, she used to be a cat napper but now I get 1.5-2.5hrs most days.