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... pm and was up early this morning, but we all got some sleep in between. ... (2 replies)
... it seems early to me? ... (4 replies)
... so she is now in daycare. We are finally getting over her thrush but now think she may be teething early. Our daycare provider noticed it yesterday so I am going to make an appointment with the doctor. ... (466 replies)

... Oh my! I just noticed a tooth poking out of DS's gums! The poor kid had an ear infection this week, and must have been teething terribley! I just feel like it's so early, and nursing might freak me out a bit with teeth. Have any of your kiddies had teeth early, and how did nursing go? ... (9 replies)
Rice cereal?
Nov 2, 2010
... ld spit up or vomit if he ate just the formula because it was too much liquid, and he would be hungry just an hour later even with a 6 or 8 oz bottle. he started teething at 7weeks. ... (6 replies)
... I don't know if it could be nightmares 3 nights in a row, and I don't think it's teething because he has NO other symptoms and is happy as a clam to lie in our bed. He's not sick, and he also uses a nightlight in his room. ... (7 replies)
... yeah.... the method of waiting until they finish crying before picking them up usually works better for older babies. i do believe they start to really understand the cause and effect relationship fairly early, but i'm not sure i'd start testing it at 5 months. it was somewhere between 7-9 months that i realized my second child understood that she could easily manipulate her... (7 replies)
... ue we have is this. he is 6 months and not crawling yet. this is fine with me but my dad asks me every time we talk, if he is crawling yet. DS has always been an early achiver until this. he dosent get as much tummy time as everyone tells me he is supposed to be having. ... (13 replies)
... Yes, after reading your post I definitely wanted to add that a BIG part in my daughter being able to make this transition (or still making) is because she has a mouthful of teeth - first set of molars came in almost 2 months ago as well. There is a lot of pressure to get the kids off the bottles early, but it IS a comfort to the child and it IS what they are use to - I never... (23 replies)
Questions on foods
Jan 29, 2008
... HI SHERRI... I REALLY WAS THINKING IT WAS THE 12TH.. BUT STILL IS REALLY CLOSE...JAJA..:D I'M SORRY HE IS SICK.. HOPE HE GETS BETTER SOON... IAN IS REALLY ACTIVE AS WELL... HE DOESN'T WANT TO BE IN HIS CRIB OR SWING ANYMORE.. HE KICKS REALLY HARD AND MOVES AROUND A LOT. I'M SURE HE WILL ALSO WALK EARLY... I ALSO THINK HE IS TEETHING (?) BECAUSE HE IS DROOLING A LOT! :mad:... (9 replies)
... ut the earlier you start teaching him the boundaries, the less you'll have to put him in time out when he's a toddler. As for the hitting, I agree it's never too early to teach them to be gentle and tell them firmly "no hit. ... (5 replies)
... Whether or not it is teething depends upon how high it is. Does she happen to have a rash now? ... (3 replies)
... I don't think it's too early to try to start a routine, but just remember that it will change over the next few months as the baby develops. ... (4 replies)
Piggy Piggy
Oct 17, 2007
... His reflux is still going downhill, but gradually. He's worst in the late afternoon and early evening, so a much smaller chunk of the day. I think we'll be able to hold outo until his appt less than 2 weeks away without an earlier phone call. ... (8 replies)
... Hi there, Wow--are you ever lucky to have a baby who sleeps 12 hours straight at night! My son will be 4 months old on Sept. 7, and normally he sleeps from about 10pm-2:30am, wakes for a feeding, then from 2:45am-6:30am, feeding, then from 6:45am to about 9am. He wakes for probably an hour or so and then takes a nap from about 10am until 11 or 11:30. After that he takes... (7 replies)
... Be careful, my dd had it that early and wound up having eczema and still does. My others didnt have diaper rashes till they started teething so it was odd that she did. ... (4 replies)
... Interestingly enough, my local early learning coalition has a program where they send a questionnaire every 2 months to check on language, socialization, fine and gross motor skills, etc. ... (7 replies)
... Our ds breastfed every 2 hours in his first 2 months and then started to gradually go longer in between feeds, and by gradual it was only like 10-15 min longer. :) Needless to say dh and I were sleep deprived! (He would sit with me while I fed for the hour) Maybe our ds needed to be fed a lot was b/c he was 3 weeks early. And, as for the night routine we always gave him a... (15 replies)
... Our ds breastfed every 2 hours in his first 2 months and then started to gradually go longer in between feeds, and by gradual it was only like 10-15 min longer. :) Needless to say dh and I were sleep deprived! (He would sit with me while I fed for the hour) Maybe our ds needed to be fed a lot was b/c he was 3 weeks early. And, as for the night routine we always gave him a... (15 replies)
Bed Time-HELP
Dec 7, 2006
... the kind where you can't leave her sight. I started early saying, "Mommy will be right back" when I had to use the restroom or something so that now he knows what it means and knows that I WILL come back. ... (5 replies)




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