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... Overall, I think the eating thing might be a stage he is going through. ... (2 replies)
... and had him 2 months early, so I was away from DD for 4 weeks. Not fun. ... (2 replies)
... n the fork or whatever goes near his mouth he'll scream no and run. He's also begun hitting alot, even though he is disciplined for doing that it so far seems to not be doing a bit of good. He most of the time is doing it just to get some sort of reaction out of us it seems. ... (2 replies)

... His appetite decreases, but he's still eating some, but not like he was. ... (1 replies)
... just keep being consistent with it and they will eventually catch on. My daughter is 18 months old and has my wonderful Irish temper so when she's frustrated or in the middle of a tantrum, look out! ... (13 replies)
... It's a good thing that she wants to try and feed herself. Of course she is not going to know how to hold the spoon right and not make a mess. That is all part of learning. ... (8 replies)
... ear anyone that wasn't a nurse or doctor. I have been to the ER myself for Strep and I know to go in before 9 cause most people won't take a trip there early. Not sure why. He said that she threw up cause she had to much phlem in her throat or something. And that having diarhea 8 seperate times in one day is ok. ... (15 replies)
... thanks i know deap inside to just let her tell me but if i do that i feel like the oz will decrese (10 replies)
... I would personally take cues from the child. My son is 3 months old and not even 10 pounds yet so I can appreciate the weight concern. I let him do his own thing. ... (10 replies)
... I mean...my gastro always asks me that and she specifically says that they would be little balls and hard. Not soft or "normal" looking. So, I was just curious. If he has gone that much, he may have been blocked a little. Good luck with him. I hope he feels better. ... (12 replies)
... It's really pretty rare to not be able to produce milk. There is usually a reason for why we have troubles. For me it was a very medicalized birth and traumatic delivery. ... (14 replies)
Frustration
Jan 23, 2009
... I wouldn't worry too much. If she's hungry, she'll eat! I am going through this same thing with my 18 MO DD. She is sooooo super picky. I feel bad because I am always giving her the same things, but it's because that is all she WILL eat. ... (2 replies)
... ed again at 5 months and stopped again till he was almost 6 months. He was a horrible eater all along, still is and ate purree and soft foods till he was almost 18 months old. ... (6 replies)
... Miss Drue is a butterball, by far the largest of my 4 lovies. She's exactly 8 months old today and weighs 24 pounds and is 28 inches long. That's HUGE for us. She's in a big girl car seat, facing forward, we got the go ahead from the Dr. ... (5 replies)
Formula question
Mar 26, 2005
... xt feeding only got worse as I usually fed him on demand every four hours and he never woke up for it. I got him up and tried to give him the bottle but he would not take it and he seemed lethargic. My husband and I decided to take him to the emergency room of a larger city hospitalat about 1 am. ... (10 replies)




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