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... A few things to remember are, to keep a pacifier or bottle in their mouths during take off and landing to keep their little ears from popping. Be sure to take a baby blanket on the plane with you because they tend to keep the cabin on the cool side. ... (5 replies)
... Remember to turn the temp up a bit in your home if you normally keep it cool. ... (6 replies)
... Okay. I IM'd tupperware. I was wondering if that was a problem as well. Due to the fact that they have been around for YEARS, I was curious as to what went in their plastics. The representative said she would email me a list of materials use, but I was only curious about polycarbonate. They use it. Of ALL companies that we are supposed to trust to keep, heat and eat our food!... (6 replies)

... Does anyone have an suggestions on how I could keep DS cool. ... (3 replies)
... Now that her cold is on the down side...fever gone..nose no longer runny..no sneezing...we give her an infant decongestant at night to help keep her nose clear...I can't see giving her the cold formula for symptoms she no longer has. ... (5 replies)
... The thing you have to keep in mind is that breastfed babies tend to drink less, but more frequently. 120ml's is about 4 ounces. That is A LOT for a 2 week old baby that is breastfed. ... (5 replies)
Cold??
Jan 31, 2007
... Lay her on your lap, with her head away from you and slightly tilted back. Put the drops or spray in each nostril. Also, use the nasal syringe to suck out anything in there while she's in this position. Use a cool-mist humidifier to keep her room well-humidified and her nasal passages moist. The red cheeks and drooling may or may not be related... my DD started those... (3 replies)




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