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... Im sorry to hear your baby is is always hard. ... (2 replies)
... You can find yo baby yogurt in any grocery store. I get it at Walmart because it is cheaper. They have plain yogurt or you can buy it with cereal and fruit. ... (4 replies)
... All 4 of mine had temps when teething. Since your baby is 6 months, you can double up and do Motrin, then 2 hours later, Tylenol, check if your Dr. if you would feel better before you do this. ... (7 replies)

... We also use the carseat in our house when baby has a cold. I have to say also that I understand that we do not want to laden our babies with chemicals but they can be miserable with a fever. ... (6 replies)
... d putting it under your daughter's mattress to keep her head elevated to help her breathe. This really seemed to help my little girl. And of course there's the baby Ayr saline solution with the ever so nasty aspirator. She'll kick and scream, but it will help clear out all of that mucus. ... (6 replies)
... My son is 6 months old and around 5 months began having the same problem. If your son is that big already he probably needs way more food than some fruit and cereal. ... (10 replies)
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... Also, in a daycare setting there are kids of all ages in the building and also other adults who my baby gets exposed to not just the sick kids in his room. ... (21 replies)
... I posted a thread on the diet and nutrition board for my 6 month old daughter but didn't get many replies. ... (4 replies)
... The doc said get tylenol cold and cough so I gave him that before bed. I am very worried about him and hope the antiobiotic works soon. Poor little guy. ... (21 replies)
... Since the first time I brought the baby out into public, a family wedding, he has been sick with one cold, ear infection and sinus infection after another. ... (21 replies)
... DS used to be a joy to feed. He ate everything, and lots of it. He had a bad cold for the last couple of weeks but seems to have gotten over it now. His appetite went way down when he was sick. ... (1 replies)
... i hope your baby just has a yucky cold and is on the mend now, but i wanted to let you know about what my daughter went through so if it happens it doesn't catch you completely off guard! ... (10 replies)
... I'm a proud member of the CIO Club. I'm in complete agreement with Najbia and are not starving your baby at that age if you dont' feed at night. It's so far from being the truth. ... (16 replies)
... So glad your baby is doing better now! It's no fun when our little ones are sick and can't tell us why! ... (6 replies)
... I am sorry your toddler is doing these things it is unsettling to watch. Look, there are probably 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. ... (3 replies)
... My daughter Ava is almost 10 months old. She does not attend daycare or anything. She was sick with high fever for about 6 days this past week. I took her to the Dr. on the first day of her fever and her ears, throat and lungs were all clear. Dr. ... (1 replies)
... Hey Delia- I was also on the July mommies thread on the pregnancy board, how's your Ella doing? My Ella is fantastic! Also 6 months and growing like a weed :D I haven't yet introduced a sippy cup, honestly I hadn't even thought abot it until I read your post, and now that you mention it, I may try it...Also, we haven't introduced juice yet. When did you do that (now I... (8 replies)
... I would definatly make a phone call to your ped, cause the docs in our office also told us more then once not to use sunscreen until 6 months. we went to florida when ds was 8 wks old, I just had to watch him with the sun. we took him in the pool, but just held him. ... (10 replies)
... ry up at all! If you do plan on cutting it down to just morning and night feedings, I would definitely recommend a slow transition!!! With my first two, I quit cold turkey each time, and the engorgement pain was AWFUL! Weaning slowly is definitely a smarter way to do it! ... (10 replies)

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