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... of children in the United States has had at least one cavity by the age of 4, but many kids get cavities as early as age 2. ... (1 replies)
... So we had her blood tested and the results came in as again slightly elevated just outside of the range by a few points. ... (0 replies)
... e was a premie so she has always been tiny. But grew like she was supposed to. And then about 5 mo old just stopped. No gaining weight, people often looked at me as if I was starving my child. I had her checked but nothing seemed to be wrong. I know that your case is a little different as there is a deficiency. ... (2 replies)

... As the above mentioned food allergies could be doing this as well but i wanted to throw in my 2 cents because of what I saw when I worked there. It is something to bring up with the pediatrician. ... (3 replies)
... Lastly, make sure she is getting enough fluids. She is old enough to drink plain water with her food and should be given as much as she wants to drink, especially if she doesn't like formula. ... (3 replies)
... m, because secretly I am hoping he wears down his nails and I don't have to file them! Haha I have mentioned this to friends, and they all say their babies do it as well. As for the kicking, I believe that is totally normal as well.. As you said, exercising their legs and seeing what they can do. ... (3 replies)
... and not overly fussy, I think she is fine. She may just not need as much to fill her belly anymore, especially considering she getting other food. ... (2 replies)
... Because I think that liquid formula already has water added to it, as opposed to powder which you have to add water to. You are supposed to just use it as it is and not water it down. So if you're watering it down even more, she's not receiving enough actual food and nutrients. ... (1 replies)
... assuming she is just hungry to eat that much at night, I know she is too small to cry it out, which I dont think I could handle, but will her sleep habits change as she gets older or are we just creating a monster as we always are feeding her? ... (1 replies)
... hy on earth is his nto passing firmer stools... its nto runny no not at all... but yes pasty! thts the right word...he is such a playfull child! I am too worried as he already has been declared to have an hydrocele and now I cant bear to accept anotherissue..I need to guys to talk to me to feel better . ... (2 replies)
... you can do is keep their immune system strong, keep them away from sick individuals. Feed them healthy, not just fattening foods. There are some good fats, such as in avocados. Beans are a good source of iron. Also sunshine is a good source of Vitamin D. ... (2 replies)
... start a routine. He might be overstimulated just a bit with so much going on all the time. Get him used to laying by himself with you laying next to him as opposed to you holding him. I made the mistake of breastfeeding my son to sleep, pretty soon, he was almost 2 and couldn't go to sleep without breastfeeding! ... (1 replies)
... something not health related. My son is 3 mos. old and lately if he isn't napping, he's up crying hysterically until he's held. It does matter who's holding him, as it seems as though when DH is holding him, he's okay for a bit but then he starts crying until I hold him. If I'm holding him he's okay. ... (1 replies)
... my daughter is 8 months old, her daily routine food wise is 8am porriage mixed with 4oz of formula, 12.30 a 4 month jar dinner and 2 petit filous yogurts, 5ish a 7 month jar dinner and a jar of pudding, she will eat snacks, like mashed banana, baby biscuits, and skips during the day, and before i put her to bed at 8 she will have 2 petit filous yogurts, she will not... (0 replies)
... Once again they sent us home.Said to give tylenol and motrin every 4 and every 6 hours.Ok,been doing so yet it's Tuesday and fever still present.The doctors act as if it's nothing worry about but as a mother who them doctors told"he would have died had you not began cpr"this is a very huge concern of mine. ... (7 replies)
... vaccines on a friday,saturday he was in a full blown febrile seizure with a temp of 104.4.He stopped breathing turned blue and had very faint pulse.i started cpr as my husband called 911. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for your input! Its nice to hear that im doing OK as a mom and that its alright to not have everything under control all the time. ... (3 replies)
... At five weeks, babies are still very much on their own schedules. All you can do is exactly what you are doing. keep his schedule as regular as possible. it would be easier for you to adapt to his schedule, getting sleep when he does. ... (3 replies)
... see the sunshine and try to play with him, but it just doesnt work. Then at night he only drinks about half an ounce at a time and then drops off to sleep, then as soon as i try to move him to lay him down he wakes up. He does this several times before we can even get him to sleep for 30 minutes. ... (3 replies)
... at the same time if I continue to do that she will rely on it, there has to be some happy medium for all invloved, but the daddy did quite the moving comapny job as he didnt have work everry day now he is working 8 to 5 everyday exepct fridays which is 8 to 4. What should I do? ... (0 replies)


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