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15 month old food?
Apr 26, 2010
... ntire meal that are good for this age. My boys are now 18 months and besides nuts I dont' think there is anything they don't eat. They love pizza and tacos!!! As far as viatmins, I asked my ped this once my boys turned 1 and she said as long as they are getting a balance of meat, veggies, fruits, etc. ... (2 replies)
... h, also diaper bag, baby powder, cradel cap cream, vasaline, and I think that about covers an infants basic necesities. Now dont go rush out and buy it all new! As far as all of the creams and clensors, get those new. But head to your second hand stores and consignment shops. ... (5 replies)
... Wow - where to begin: car seat, stroller, at least three changes of sheets for bassinette, receiving blankets, two mattress pads, one or two waterproof liners, diaper pail, diaper bag, baby wash, baby zinc ointment (diaper rash), baby powder, clothes, sleepers, onesies, baby wash cloths, bottles, bottle brushes, Plastic infant tub, 3 soft hooded towels, pair of blunt-tip... (5 replies)

15 month old food?
Apr 24, 2010
... Your 15 month old could most definately be starting to eat some table foods. Anything soft or small so she can swollow it without choking. I am assuming your baby has a couple teeth by now and is sitting upright in a highchair. So of course any of the baby foods that you can get from the store, but I would, like I said, include some of whats going on at meal time. I dont mean... (2 replies)
... lative and controlling, and if she senses a weakness in your resolve, she might just continue the drinking strike until you give in and start nursing her again. As long as she sees that you aren't going to give in, she'll eventually give up and start loving the cup. So hang in there!!! ... (13 replies)
... for his 4 month checkup, dr wasnt concerned about his weight, as he did gain 2 pounds since his 2 month checkup, but he is still taking 24-28 ounces of formula, and even when he was 2 months old, he would sometimes take 30ounces, whats going on? hes not sick besides being stuffy for the past month and the dr saw him and wasnt concerned, but shouldnt his milk intake increase... (1 replies)
... But now she wont take her bottles at all and will scream and throw herself backwards, she is eating her solids fine and will even take the formula of a spoon but as soon as you bring a bottle near her she cries. I also noticed an odour coming from her mouth. ... (2 replies)
... ds great when I stop at the end of the 10 minutes. She will cuddle and just lay her head on my shoulder for about another 10 minutes till she calms down. And for as much as the screaming is killing me, I love that she gets over it and knows that I still love her and I cherish that snuggle time! ... (13 replies)
... I agree the cold turkey thing would be a bit tramatic. Have you tried to hold her in the position as if you were going to breast feed her but instead slip a bottle or sippy cup with a soft nipple in her mouth and rest it on your breast? ... (13 replies)
... 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! She is now 13 months old and will only take liquids from me thru nursing. ... (13 replies)
Baby juice
Apr 11, 2010
... as long as the baby is not drinking out of the bottle (sometimes you can put a nipple on those ready to serve bottles) then just recap and keep in fridge for 48 to 72 hrs. if he is drinking from this bottle, the remainder needs to be discarded due to saliva going back into the bottle. hope that helps. (2 replies)
... I don't think there is an exact amount they should be eating. I think as long as he seems happy and is growing then everything is oaky! If you are really concerned, give your dr. a call! ... (2 replies)
... My first baby was the spitting champion. She could hurl across the room. It was awful and so much to get used to. I breast fed her as well. Amazingly, the spitting up, seemed to bother only myself and her dad. ... (8 replies)
... ood solution. He grew out of it a little earlier than the other posters... around 4 months. We just really had to commit to burping him really well or at least as well as we could. ... (8 replies)
... e isn't laying flat in your lap. Have him at an angle. This is how I used to teach my lamze students. If you hold him at a say 45 degree angle, he won't take in as much air when he nurses, the milk will flow straight down in so there is less chance of the spitting up. ... (8 replies)
... My daughter spit up as a baby what i considered a normal amount. ... (1 replies)
... Oh, and I found receiving blankets work great as a mommy protector, too! ... (8 replies)
... tfeeding her but we started giving her breastmilk from the bottle VERY early on to get her used to other people. Eventually, she opened up to her daddy and now, as a 3 yr old, she LOVES daddy and could care less about mommy, lol. ... (2 replies)
... sure. Any advice of when i should be really concerned as i will take him to hospital? ... (2 replies)
... My son started to do this around the same age but this was due to an ear infection, as i soon realised as i took him to doctors. ... (5 replies)

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