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... d do is take a nap when she came home....this is an example so something that I loved through and because she didn't have the time it effected me and I acted out as a teen because I wanted my mothers attention. ... (10 replies)
... own up foods and feed with a spoon. Things like pancakes I would cut up into small pieces and let them feed themselves. I didn't do animal crackers at that age as they are just the right size to get stuck on the roof of the mouth and get gooey....not really soft enough in my opinion. ... (3 replies)
Eczema question
May 13, 2008
... s exactly like wax, if you mix that into a warm bath it dissolves and helps baby's skin keep hydrated, but if you mix a bit with a small amount of water it works as a soap. ... (16 replies)

... Kids are pretty resilient, really. As long as they are fed properly, and have some positive interaction with adults, they generally do fine. ... (4 replies)
... My daughter is just over 4 months and we just stopped swaddling because she starting crying and fighting it about a week ago. She doesn't sleep as well as she use to but she was obviously ready to have her hands free. I would keep doing it as long as it calms and comforts and stop when it seems to do the opposite. ... (9 replies)
Let Him Gag?
Apr 29, 2008
... ear, but my daughter is the around the same age. She is gonna be 10 months soon, and we are also trying to transition her to table food, but it just isn't going as fast as other kids her age, because she gags on most chunky items. ... (5 replies)
... ssue. The truth is that it happens to many women! My sister, and SIL also had the same issue and my sil was devastated to find out that her frozen supply was bad as well. She even asked a nurse about this, and the nurse had no idea what she was talking about. ... (1 replies)
... previous posters have said about our immune systems being strong and healthy and people relying too much on vaccines. Yes, to a point. And that there were not as healthy living conditions when many vaccines were implemented. Yes. And that everyone should research this and decide what's best for their families. Yes. ... (28 replies)
... e was on it for 4 weeks before we switched her to Elecare just a few days ago. The Alimentum did not seem to be working for her. After speaking with my doctor, as well as doing much research, I know that it may take lots of time to find the formula that is right for OUR DD. ... (5 replies)
... a million reasons why your baby could be acting this way and can range from normal toddler behavior for some high strung high tempered kids to disabilities such as autism. The only thing I can tell you is my son who is now 19 months old, went through this around 15 months. ... (3 replies)
... realized that she is just too young to have a gentle touch. So, I basically keep her and the cat apart, unless I am right there to supervise, and then I use it as a lesson on "How to be gentle to my furry friend". ... (4 replies)
... Against all the advice - my DD now 2 slept in the crook of my arm for the first 4 months of her life. IT was the only way for me to get some sleep. I swear - every time I put her in the bassinet she'd sleep for 15 minutes then scream. At 4 months she rolled over and started to push away from me so I put her in her own bed. We did a little crying it out, but it only took a... (12 replies)
... of kids who can't tolerate the milk proteins have trouble with soy as well. It's just something to have her ped guide you on. ... (12 replies)
... of us knew NOTHING about any formula to start, but as you switch you learn quickly! ... (12 replies)
Bedtime
Jan 26, 2008
... ky that fell out, but it got to the point that most nights, WOW it was screaming crying like she was in pain just like you said and there was no comforting her. As soon as she was calm and I put her back down, she was screaming again. ... (5 replies)
... As far as the milk allergy, have you been advised to cut all dairy from your diet? ... (4 replies)
... my second is the same way.... very independent, and a royal pain in the butt as a result!!! she makes me crazy.... ... (8 replies)
... ut. IT really helps. I was feeling guilty about ignoring the tantrums but I think you are both right. He started immedietly with the screeching this morning. As soon as he got up. ... (6 replies)
... threw tantrums about EVERYTHING from about 9 months old until she was about 13 months before i finally convinced her DAD to ignore her tantrums! as long as at least one of us paid attention, she kept doing it! ... (6 replies)
... It also attacks enzymes and has the ability of damaging DNA and cells. Fluoride is dangerous, even in small amounts because it accumulates in your body over time as well, especially causing damage to the liver and can be cancerous. ... (10 replies)




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