That is very personal, only you and your nursling know.

My toddler is a month and a half shy of her 3rd birthday and still nurses. And based on her behavior, no end is in sight.
From a biological stance, it is normal for human infants/toddlers to stop nursing between 4 and 7 years. But, of course there are exceptions. You've got to find out what's right for you (and nursling).

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    05/09/14
    Very good points! How often does your daughter still nurse? We are at 19 months, and for a while it looked like Maddie was nursing less, but in the last month or two, she has picked her frequency back up a bit. I'm supposing this is normal.
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    05/09/14
    Before I got pregnant, whenever she wanted, so maybe 8+ times a day. While I was pregnant, 4+ times: when she woke up and went to bed, plus times she got scared or hurt and sometimes when she was bored and we couldn't leave the "boring". But, trying to juggling her unhelpful nursing and my newborn, I limit her to when she wakes for the day (if I'm not nursing new baby) and settling her down for her nap, with the occasional comfort nursing when hurt or uncomfortable/inconsolable.
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      05/09/14
      8Theresa Gould
      Good advice. The longest I nursed mine was nearly four years, she would have continued but I was also nursing her brother and felt he needed all the nourishment.
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        08/13/14
        4Jennifer Bourcier
        Congrats you were able to nurse this long. The benefits of breastfeeding don't change after a certain age. In fact your body is based on babies demand for milk so the nutrition matches the baby and you have a special bond that will last a lifetime. Don't listen to anyone who says knowledgeable remarks. You are doing a amazing job!
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