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... Was wondering if anyone has run into this before. Our 7 month old has always seem to have a warm head. He spits up alot. Doesnt eat well. Doesnt sleep well. cries alot. He only weighs 13 pounds. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, we are new parents of a very happy healthy baby. She is 6 months now and we have noticed recently that she often has a very warm head. ... (2 replies)
... has your pediatrician checked him for hernia's or bowel problems? Has he done xrays, I'm assuming you've talked to your pediatrician about this. What do they say? He's quite a bit under percentage on the growth chart it sounds like, was he a full term baby? My son had severe acid reflux when he was born, he took Reglan and we had to thicken his feeds, which means putting... (1 replies)

... my daughter is the same way, and i used to make myself crazy taking her temperature all the time! her doctor said sometimes kids just have warm heads and to not worry about it. she is 20 months old now, and hasn't ever had any problems! ... (2 replies)
... Make sure he is nice and warm when he gets out of the bath and that the room is warm, dimly lit and quiet. Make sure your hands are warm as well. You can play soft music if you like, but I don't think they take much notice. ... (1 replies)
... in. When you are checking in ask for the Bulk Head Seating. You have a lot more leg room than with just standard seating and you also have fixtures on the wall in front of you for the "Sky Cot". ... (3 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)
... ter's room. We use the Vick's with the menthol that can be added. You can also try rolling up a towel and 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. ... (6 replies)
... Yes we are in the process of adopting her. We have guardianship of her right now. CPS has orders for no contact with the abusers etc. ... (43 replies)
... thanks for the input MCR285. We are inexperienced and figured it probably was normal but mom worries a lot. (2 replies)
... My mom has been giving me advice on the SIDS situation since I had my baby, he's 3wks on Monday. ... (18 replies)
Dec 3, 2007
... hi megss, i also know what you and your dd are going through, my ds's eczema started around the same time, he's now 8 months old and he has it really bad, (weeping sores pretty much everywhere) unfortunately theres no cure for eczema just routines to prevent it getting really bad. what i do is bathe him every couple of days, but as soon as i get him out of the bath he is... (10 replies)
... onths we tried to start DD on cereal and now we are trying to move through fruits and veggies. But she refuses to eat off a spoon. We tried all different spoons, warm and cold food, different flavors. But no matter what she turns her head every time she sees a spoon. ... (1 replies)
... n't like juice which is fine with me because I never liked it either. But she drinks tons of water, she loves her cup. She can drink from a straw so any time she has water we have to put it in her special cup with the straw. So cute! She has 4 teeth and one coming in. Three on the bottom and two on top. ... (27 replies)
... my first thoughts when i read your post were that you ought to try a baby gate, and a monitor, and then start putting your daughter down to bed between 7-7:30. the reason she won't go to sleep until midnight is most likely because she is getting too tired and her adrenaline is pumping and she can't get herself settled (hence the whining and fussing). definitely follow a... (5 replies)
... Babies get use to being in the womb where it is snug and warm and once their out the snugness goes away. ... (7 replies)

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