My Advice would be first to consider if you really want to stop. There is no need to hurry and stop breat feeding. If you enjoy it and your daughter enjoys it I would just keep that night feeding longer. However if you are at a point when you want to stop my advice would be to give a sippy cup of water in place of the nursing session. She is old enough now to not need the nutrients at night it is now a comfort thing so you can keep the comfort and mommy daughter time without the nursing. Give lots of hugs and kisses talk to her about what is going on they understand so much. Talk in a soothing voice about how much you love her, you are there for her comforting things like that, even keep her on your lap for the sippy cup of water if she wants to, but not if she is too upset that she is not being nursed. I would stick with water at night for the health of teeth. I have a book that has been heaven sent with helping me establish moring, night, and day routines that help my kids feel secure, and make things run smoother all around. It sometimes takes some tweeking and practice, but things are going great. The book is "Good Night Sleep Tight" by the sleep lady Kim West.