Quoting Ivana*mommy of two*:" Hey Mamas!! My son is 21 months old and still nursing frequently! My first post partum AF is still nowhere ... [snip!] ... will not let him nurse at all except twice a day, one for his nap, one for his to fall asleep at night, and that will be that."
Have you set limits & boundaries with him? Are you familiar with nursing manners? Are you aware that taking a B complex vitamin often brings on a cycle for women who are nursing & TTC?
Here are some links for you to check out:
Lazy latch correction: http://www.lalecheleague.org/nb/nbjulaug01p143.html
breastfeeding manners: http://kellymom.com/ages/older-infant/nursing-manners-2/
TO kick start your cycle you can take Vitex (also goes by chasteberry & safe while nursing) as well as a b-complex to lengthen & support a proper luteal phase.
Night weaning helps as well & I just covered what we did & how in this thread a few posts back. ;)
And don't worry to say "hats off" to momma who nurse past two (like me) I don't put up with anything you listed here. ;) I set limits and boundaries & we work within them or we don't nurse. You don't have to choose between nursing or
sanity - there is a whole wide world of having your set of rules AND nursing into toddlerhood momma! Whatever you decide to do (including weaning) is of course FINE - I am just letting you know it isn't one way or
the other - there is lots of middle ground if you still wish to keep nursing.