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... g their bottles until they didn't have a choice.... i started putting them in their bouncy seats or carrier seats for bottles and rolled up a blanket to prop the bottle and would put their hands on either side of the bottle to show them how to keep it in place.... it took them about a week to figure it out. ... (6 replies)
... My DS is 9 months old and has been holding his own bottle for quite awhile. I think he was around 4 months when he held it for the first time. Of course, he didn't do it consistently but he has been really holding his own bottle since he was about 7 months. ... (6 replies)
... nipples. If you were to hold the bottle down so the nipple is not full of milk, does she still choke? ... (3 replies)

... ut maybe someone can help with 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. ... (1 replies)
... and gets hiccups constantly, but with the cereal in it he barely spits up, if he does its a normal amount an nothing bad. he is much happier with it. ... (2 replies)
... but it may have been partly because I just plain wouldn't even try. I'd say he was about 8 mos when he showed good signs of being able to. 10 mos now. ... (5 replies)
When will it end
Jun 8, 2008
... why do family members and close friends all seem to feel it's their right to hold your brand new baby? ... (19 replies)
... arching her back, fussing, groaning, screaming at times, and can't sleep. She is able to keep her feedings in her and spit up isn't a big problem. However, she does occassionally do projectile vomit. However, we think that might be because she ate more than her little tummy could hold at the moment. ... (24 replies)
... I KNOW! He does eat a lot :p But once again, girls generally eat less then boys and are a lot smaller, soooo....but he is a huge boy! 24 lbs and 23 inches. It would be funny to see them together! People always comment on how huge he is. The funny thing is, is that I know alex would probably eat a bit ore each feeding, but I don't stuff him up. I mean he is already... (5 replies)
... Our DD is going to be one on the 16th and still does not crawl!!! I put her on the floor she rolls all over and can sit up from a laying down position and does get on her knees, but then goes to her belly...does not try to pull herself up yet....she seem lax in a lot...won't hold her bottle herself... ... (15 replies)
... She gets the goofiest smile on her face. It has now entered the routine of things to try when she's crying. Just sit her up and she's usually happy. And just the past two days she wants to practice standing. ... (18 replies)
Rice cereal?
Nov 2, 2010
... hs and also started spoon feeding him around the same time. hes been on the cereal for a month now and is doing great! he almost never spits up at all, and if he does its a very small regular amount, and only when he has just a bottle. ... (6 replies)
... ou are working and pumping at work, then i would assume you're not producing enough to sustain him anymore. you could try to pump a couple more ounces with each bottle and see if that helps. ... (8 replies)
Making up Bottles
Jan 21, 2009
... During the old days, people have thermos in their homes for storing warm water when they serve tea or instant coffee at home. You just pressed the lid and the water pumps out. ... (25 replies)
... Oh my gosh! I just posted about this because my daughter is the same way, E! I went the her well baby check up on Friday and her pediatrician said she needs 24 oz of milk a day. I know Madeline does not get that much. ... (2 replies)
... Even thought he is kinda behind on the crawling thing and he teeters when he sits, the doc isn't too concerned since my boy is huge and he has a lot to hold up and drag around. But instead of crawling, he rolls everywhere, and does this backwards crawl type thing. It's kinda funny. ... (6 replies)
... happy. As a breastfed baby we had to go in to the Ped office the first week. She was born on Saturday and weighed on Wednesday, 8lbs 7oz. ... (0 replies)
... nk he knows what "Be Nice" means now. So it's probably just a stage they go through, you just have to teach them how to be nice...whenever he'd be rough, I would hold Kadens hand and help him gently rub his hand down my face and say "Nice" at the same time...he'd laugh. ... (132 replies)
... Our daughter, Alexa, breaths fast sometimes too Steph, usually when she is sleeping. I assume it is normal because you experience the same thing and I also think it just may be a dream......but she does the same thing. ... (250 replies)
Need help with CIO
Apr 10, 2006
... again, it's hard, but it will stop.......but for us it only took a couple of nights. I still unwind with her at night and we rock while we have our bed time bottle and then I hold her and while still awake she goes in her crib.....let me know how this goes..... ... (8 replies)




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