DS is 16 months and we're tapering off. I thing righty has pretty much dried up as he won't even nurse on that side anymore. He's down to one feeding just before bed and that's it - sometimes on the weekend he'll nurse at naptime, too.
I'm kind of over it too. I was hoping to go to 18 mos-2 yrs, somewhere in there, but euuugh. He's not biting but his little sharp teeth graze while he nurses, especially as he relaxes and looses his latch - and I haaaaate it. So once it starts hurting and he's getting sleepy anyway, I pop him off, tell him "milk all gone!" and just rock him for a bit. He doesn't fuss, we snuggle, then I put him in his crib with his fisher price aquarium doodad and off he goes without a peep.
My plan is to keep shortening the time and then stop offering altogether. I've not offered at a few of his naps when I'm home and he didn't seem to notice, he's used to not nursing before naps as my mom watches him all week. But part of me is still torn about giving it up (what with him being my last baby, and winter cold/flu season coming, blah blah, wring hands) so we'll see how long it drags out. But no, I don't enjoy it anymore. I do like it when he falls asleep nursing (rarely anymore) and I can smooch his whole head and huff & snuggle him. Sigh.
Anyway I really didn't add anything in the way of advice there but wanted to chime in that you're not the only one disliking the toddler nursing.
DD weaned herself @ 14 mos so this whole trying to wean him myself thing is new territory to me.