My problem is that I'm beginning to get 'done' with it. I'm getting touched out and mentally, physically, and emotionally exhausted being my son's only source of comfort. It's getting to the point where I'm getting frustrated with my son, and that's not good. I feel terrible about being short with him, but I'm his only care provider (my husband works long hours and really isn't able to do much other than play with our son for awhile at night so that I can maybe shower) and am literally touching him all day, every day. I'm considering weaning to formula for the next few months. I'm also considering moving him to his crib....but I have no idea how to do so. I just don't know how to continue happily co-sleeping right now. He nurses to sleep for naps and at night, and I have NO intention of letting him CIO at all....so how do I move him to his crib while still maintaining some AP principles??
I'm just feeling super guilty and upset about feeling this way. I love my son more than anything, I'm just worrying that I've dug myself a hole that I have no idea how to get out of. If I planned on extended nursing or co-sleeping till he asks for his own bed, fine --- but I just don't think I can do that. So how do I go about getting him to sleep in his crib happily??