Hey there! When it comes to weaning, the right time can vary for each child and parent. Some signs that your child may be ready to wean include showing less interest in breastfeeding. When the child reaches two years of age, he shows no interest in breastfeeding. Bottle feeding continues as the front teeth emerge. After that, he begins to become easily distracted during feedings, or begins to eat. More soft foods such as flour or soft flour with solid foods. It is also important to consider your comfort and preparation. If you're not sure, it's always a good idea to consult your pediatrician or lactation consultant for personal advice. They can help guide you based on your child's development and your specific condition. Hope it helps!