Obviously your toddler has become used to this routine of being breastfed virtually throughout the night. You must be exhausted. He does not appear to be hungry and the Pediasure should certainly top him up very nicely before bedtime. Also he is in your bed which is another problem and he will certainly not like to be moved now. Unless you are prepared to go on like this for several more months,the only way to deal with this problem is to put your son in his cot and to use the 'controlled crying' method. This is not easy and can be very hard on the nerves but if you are prepared to go through with the whole process it will work.You can read up about the 'controlled crying' method on Google.
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