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... She's been eating solids for about 2 months now and has recently been playing with her tongue thrust so much that more food is coming out than is going in. ... (7 replies)
... fed baby is 5 months and still up once or twice a night to eat. ... (14 replies)
... times a night to eat again now? ... (4 replies)

... solids at 4 months' time. I tried, he cried, he spit and choked and finally I gave up. Tried again at 5 months and stopped again till he was almost 6 months. He was a horrible eater all along, still is and ate purree and soft foods till he was almost 18 months old. ... (6 replies)
... You don't have to give them food until 6 months if you don't want to. If they don't like it don't make them eat it. It will only reinforce bad eating habits later on. My son would never eat any cereal so I never gave him any. Then around 9 months he would eat it mixed in yogurt. ... (3 replies)
... Do you wake her up if she takes longer than a 3 hour nap during the day so she'll sleep longer at night? ... (7 replies)
... I agree with most of mandy's points, but not all. Yes, breast fed babies typically do not sleep as well at night. I think that like she said, try to feed him a bit more at night. If he needs to nurse once in the night, I would say that is normal. ... (10 replies)
... No....he's only 5 months old, if he's still waking up at night than he needs to eat. If he wasn't hungry he'd settle back down with a pacifier or a min or two after nursing. ... (10 replies)
... day or having more than 32oz of formula for more than couple of weeks. Or all of a sudden waking up at night to eat for more than couple of days which would only suggest growth spurt. ... (4 replies)
... It probably is normal...my DD never slept until about 5 months...she was very gassy and fussy...plus she has added problem of kidney reflux and only has 3 teeth... ... (2 replies)
... didn't start till he was almost 5 months but I didn't push textures or meat till he was almost a year and he gagged and coughed and was a real hard kid to feed. He is still VERY picky. ... (12 replies)
... Okay so I need a bit of help. My DS is 5 months old. ... (1 replies)
... Not trying to sound roud but if eating is what calms and puts him back to sleep then he's trying to tell you something. ... (2 replies)
... eething and he wants to nurse all the time. But I think on the days his teeth arent' bothering him as much he is nursing about every 3 hours. Used to be close to 5 before the teething. He just started eating solids for lunch and usually has oatmeal and fruit at noon and then for dinner he eats alot. ... (3 replies)
Night Waking
Jan 5, 2008
... months old now. We started giving him veggies about 2 weeks ago and that is NOT going well at all. ... (4 replies)
... Ds is 4 months this week. He has always had a hearty appetite and has been sleeping through the night for a couple of months. ... (2 replies)
... my ds is 8 months old now. i started letting him cry it out at night when he woke up right after our six month check up. the doc gave me the go ahead. ... (19 replies)
... Up until last week, we had been getting up to feed DD once or twice a night because she was hungry. She would eat and go right back to sleep. She is 5 months. The doctor said that after 4 months and they are on solid foods 3 times a day, they don't need the nighttime feedings and to let her cry it out. ... (9 replies)
... First of all, your daughter is totally normal, it may be months before she sleeps through the night. I think as you increase how much you feed her like giving her 5 oz. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like he may have his days and nights switched just a bit. It is totally normal for babies around 3 months to start having one long stretch of sleep during the night. It just sounds like his long stretch is happening during the day instead of the night. ... (4 replies)




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