Aw, thanks! I completely know what you mean, I was also super tired at night but at the same time didn't want to stop breastfeeding. But seriously, as everyone say, you are doing the right thing and not sleeping is only temporary, so don't worry about it and try to enjoy breastfeeding and loving him. I was at the same time sure I didn't want to stop breastfeeding, but also a bit worried I was spoiling him by breastfeeding him whenever he wanted and teaching him bad sleeping habits etc., and so was reading everything I could about sleep, and trying all the gentle methods I could find, with no success at all! I cannot believe I'm saying this but my son is now sleeping through the night, and we have always done only attachment parenting techniques (he just started at 22 months). Short story, after we got pregnant, I decided it was time to wean him slowly, mainly because I was worried that otherwise he would probably have to stop cold turkey if I had to stay in hospital for a few days when I had his sister. It took us 3 months and it was not as bad as I imagined: we only extended the periods of time between feeds little by little and gave him lots of cuddles, and sometimes bananas and water or cow's milk instead if he was really hungry (eg. at first no feed from 10-1am, then from 10-5am, then from 7-5am, 7-7am, then dropping the feeds during the day, etc). He went slowly from waking up every hour and sleeping in our bed, to sleeping from 8:30pm-7:30am in his own room -- had I believed this was actually going to happen, I would not have stressed out about his sleep habits and spoiling him so much.