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... what to do for my 10 month old with a cold (0 replies)
... I resorted to this to see what everyone else does for their little ones when they are sick! Doctors don't do crap now a days unless your baby is running a high fever or has some severe infections which is too late to me! My 10 month old has a cold ice done evetthing from vapor baths to vapor rub and humidifiers. ... (3 replies)
... I would take my baby into the shower right before bed and in the morning. I would turn it on hot, put a sudafed vapor tab in, and nurse them. ... (3 replies)

... As a general rule, fevers usually run higher at night, and 103.3 actually isn't that alarming for an 11 month old. Fever is the body's way of fighting illnesses. ... (6 replies)
... hi this is my secong post, i left a post on the CF board about my daughter but i think i need a wider range oof possibilities. ... (9 replies)
... I find with my DS a hot steam shower works best. ... (3 replies)
... My daughter Ava is almost 10 months old. She does not attend daycare or anything. She was sick with high fever for about 6 days this past week. I took her to the Dr. on the first day of her fever and her ears, throat and lungs were all clear. Dr. ... (1 replies)
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... I have been blessed with 3 children. My 3rd child is my only daughter and she is definitely not as easy to raise as my boys were. I feel so blessed to have her but I need some help! ... (13 replies)
... hi i have a son who is 9 months old last night from 7pm he started to feel hot my parents were babysitting and rang me about 10 as his temperature was getting very high when i returned home i took his temperature and it was 39. ... (2 replies)
... I'm sorry no one replied to you. I hope you have called your doctor or it has gotten better by now. My DD had her first cold at 6 months also. It was clear and went away in about 10 days. ... (2 replies)
... We just went through the same thing with our 6 month old. We also, just had to wait it out. ... (6 replies)
1 month old sick
Sep 17, 2007
... Oh, and the reason that you shouldn't use a warm mist humidifier is that it is easy to inhibit mold and mildew. It can still happen in a cool one too. But, mold likes the warm damp air more. However, I think no matter what you use, if you clean it weekly you will be just fine. I know how this is. ... (7 replies)
... My son is 6 months old and around 5 months began having the same problem. If your son is that big already he probably needs way more food than some fruit and cereal. ... (10 replies)
... My DD will cry when we're putting her pj's on after her bath, but I think it's just because she's cold from getting out of the warm tub. She calms down after her pj's are on and I pick her up. ... (5 replies)
... your 15 month old will go nuts! i got one for my first, when we lived up north and it was too cold to go outside, and she just had a blast, and it kept her from climbing all the furniture! now we are using it with my two year old and same thing! ... (6 replies)
... Another trick is to put a damp clean washcloth in the freezer for about 10 minutes. Not too long or you will have a stiff frozen thing. But, long enough to get mildly stiff and very cold. Then you can rub it on her gums. I did this with DD... and she LOVED it. ... (6 replies)
... I'm a proud member of the CIO Club. I'm in complete agreement with Najbia and others...you are not starving your baby at that age if you dont' feed at night. It's so far from being the truth. ... (16 replies)
Wow this is hard!
Oct 19, 2005
... i just need a chance to vent. it seems that it is easier to type things out sometimes than talk it out. i have a 2 year old and a now 7 month old. my 2 year old is a very "stong willed" child. he never and i mean NEVER stops moving. ... (6 replies)
CIO questions
Mar 19, 2008
... Breaking my daughter of the habit of waking for a 4am bottle meant I had to let her cry a little bit when she woke up to eat. I let her cry for max. 10 minutes and it approx. ... (16 replies)


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