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... White patches in the mouth, on the roof of the mouth or gums? ... (4 replies)
... and she looks like she's searching for the breast, but then she takes it back and spits it out again. She also is flailing her arms at the time. Do you think she's in pain? ... (4 replies)
... Wow, doctor says he doesn't see it often but we are pretty sure that DS is teething at 12 weeks. ... (13 replies)

... I feel, today, that I can definately interject a lot to this discussion as a mother of 2 boys who both have challenged me at bed time. ... (8 replies)
... We have an 8 week old baby girl who since about 2 weeks old has been bringing up entire feeds at least once per day. ... (5 replies)
... y mom, or DH, she would just cry and go without food! This, of course, is very upsetting to us all. I have only been able to stay away from her for one feeding at a time. I've tried all the tricks, all the nipples, and I've attempt it every few in many ways. ... (7 replies)
"Baby Wearing"
May 25, 2006
... My daughter is only 10 weeks old, so I have yet to see the full benefits, but already I notice how my parenting techniques are different from other peoples, and I think that is because of AP. ... (35 replies)
... Well, to start, every baby has reflux when they are born...just to a different degree. Your doctor should never make you feel stupid! Every baby spits up and every baby is different! I breast fed my daughter for a year, so I can't exactly relate, but I can in a way. ... (11 replies)
... My 9 month old has the same behavior. ... (8 replies)
... old and started sleeping through the night since week 3 or 4. By week 8 she was sleeping 8 hours and a little more every week, so I could not complain at all. Since about her 3rd month she has been going to bed at around 10 or 9.30pm, no fuss, and waking up not before 8.30 am, plus a couple of naps during the day. ... (14 replies)
... minutes to an hour at night. ... (17 replies)
... wow. what a coincidence. i got on right now to post the same question!! Cool. My DD wont take a bottle either and will be nine weeks on Tuesday. I too eventually give in. We've tried a lot of things. ... (6 replies)
Colic or no?
Sep 8, 2006
... There is so much controvery on colic because there are really no set reasons for it starting up...and no real ways to make it go away other than riding out the storm. Who really knows if you are right or not? ... (2 replies)
... Please don't treat me like I have no idea what I am doing or talking about. Not everything is so cut and dry with breast feeding and not everyone has the same experience. ... (6 replies)
My milk is gone...
Feb 21, 2007
... and our boobs look normal even though we are still nursing. Is baby crying for food when at breast. Just because "you" cant express it doesnt mean baby cant get it to come. ... (18 replies)
... You've probably had lots of experience with crying babies, so you know the difference between when he's in pain or not, no doubt. But you always have to look at that first. Stomach pain, whatever. ... (1 replies)
Fussy when eating?
May 29, 2007
... OMG! My baby is three weeks old and has been doing the exact same thing for about 4 days now. I finally figured out what the problem is. Infants go through a growth spurt at 3 weeks and this causes fussines during, and after feeds. ... (1 replies)
... I would not suggest giving your lo anything else at this point. If you're really worried, go ahead and call the ped, but they will almost surely tell you not to worry after only 3 days. Like the other posters said, that is VERY normal for a breastfed baby. ... (7 replies)
Flying with baby
Dec 15, 2005
... I wouldn't do the tylenol thing. It's not always the best idea. At 11 weeks she is still probably sleeping a bunch. And the flight probably wont disturb that too much at that age. ... (2 replies)
... try to hand express your milk down before having her latch on. she is crying because it seems like forever to her while she waits for your milk to drop down. ... (33 replies)

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