Many moms find nursing to be one of the most satisfying experiences of their life, so when it's time to wean they feel a true sense of loss. Others can't wait to reclaim their body and put away the nursing bras. For most, though, the prospect is bittersweet -- it will be a relief not to be so physically tied to baby, but you'll miss the intimacy. How will your child feel about the change in routine? Of course, every baby is different. And there are lots of factors that come into play -- from how long he's been nursing to whether he's used to the bottle to how old he is. Weaning a child from the bottle can be hard, too -- toddlers can get very attached, and parents may see it as a last vestige of babyhood. But no matter what your situation, your child will adapt -- it will just take some time and patience on your part.