Tonight's the night

I'm sorry it didn't work out. But I think you made a good choice. I tired night-weaning Nadia several times and it never quite "took". Finally I also decided that the solution was causing more stress than the problem, and to just go with the flow. She is now mostly night-weaned, all on her own.
You might consider putting down the twin mattress now anyway, just so you can have a little more space to maneuver and the little bit of space might discourage him a little bit, but you are still right there if he really needs you.
To Trenell, MizKerri and geeky:
I pray none of you ever has to live in a communist state.

Geeky is my hero. She's the true badass. The badass who doesn't even need to be a badass. There aren't enough O's in cool to describe her.
Thanks geeky, I agree with you that the solution can be more stress than the problem. I've really tried to change my attitude and the last two nights have been pretty good. And my LLL leader (and friend) said that she did nightwean her first child with the Dr. Gordon method, she never intentionally nightweaned her second two and they pretty much stopped all on their own as well. We have put the twin mattress down and right now DH is sleeping on it, with me next to him and Sol next to me. Once I hit my third trimester, maybe I'll take the twin. It's like musical beds LOL. But we really did need the extra space, and it will definitely come in handy when the new baby arrives (since a King probably isn't in our budget at this time).
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