This is not going to be too easy because your little toddler has become completely used to breastfeeding all night and of course sleeping in your bed. He needs to be in a cot and this shoiuld be in his own room.The stimulus for your breast milk production is your son sucking at your breast. When you stop him doing this your milk supply will soon dry up.Offer him a formula such as Nido by bottle.You may have to try the 'controlled crying method' to get your son to stay in his cot when you move him.This is not easy but will work if you persist with it. You will get good advice if you write in to our breastfeeding forum on Health24.
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