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... I feed her and she plays for about an hour and then I put her to sleep. ... (3 replies)
... It also sounds like you might want to switch your baby's night and day. This stuff normally works itself out, but you may want to make a point to feed baby every 2 hours in the day...even more during growth spurts. Wake your son up to feed him. ... (7 replies)
... months old. We have always fed on a schedule but if she cried for food we would just feed her early so you just have to be flexible. ... (5 replies)

... Hi guys! I don't know if this is a legitimate question, but my 11 months old baby girl, seems to prefer her dad more than me. I feel awful. ... (10 replies)
... minutes up until bed time and this helps fill baby up sufficiently for a long nights sleep. ... (3 replies)
... My DD is 8 months old. I can't remember when we started the bedtime routine, but it was fairly early on. At around 5. ... (17 replies)
... I can indeed put him in the crib. For the past few nights, he has slept for 3 hours at a time. I start my nights in bed with my husband and we have a baby monitor. ... (23 replies)
... Thats quite early but possible. How are you feeding baby? ... (3 replies)
... at will help tremendously. Salt and pepper is it. Atleast that is what I had to do when I found out mine were doing what yours does. and mine were doing it very early on and I only nursed as long as 5months the rest were less. ... (2 replies)
... would feed DD table food. Then, we would continue with the bottle procedure. I would leave the room while my mom fed DD the bottle. ... (7 replies)
Baby food
May 13, 2008
... and has been for a while. I think every baby is different and will do things in their own time. My biggest problem with Ella is that she HATES with a passion any kind of meat product at all. ... (5 replies)
... DD is 9 months old and has always self fed. When they can self feed they're old enough to eat solid foods. If they can't pick it up and put it in their mouth, they're not ready. ... (7 replies)
... ed before about her not being a great napper and most recently about moving her into her own room which I am working on now. The thing is, no matter what time we feed her, she starts to have her meltdown around 7. ... (4 replies)
... he currently falls asleep in my arms about 9pm i put him in his cot then wake him at 10 for his last feed then he goes back to sleep in the cot. ... (17 replies)
... I get really anxious and nervous starting around 8pm because I know I'll be having to get up at whenever to feed him and I always worry he won't go back to sleep. So far so good but you never know! ... (250 replies)
... pm at night to feed her and try to reset her clock a little? ... (13 replies)
... tritian wasn't a "by the book" doctor. My daughter was a big baby, 8lbs. 10oz. when she was born. The usual 4 ounces of formula weren't sufficient for her very early on. ... (2 replies)
... You need to do breast compressions. If you look it up on the net it will show you how to do it. Basically when you do the compressions it will make the baby swallow and begin sucking again since the baby can't sleep with milk flowing in their mouths. ... (6 replies)
... Although mine were sleeping well at 12 weeks, I wouldn't necessary expect all babies too. I do remember, though, trying to feed more frequently in the later evening. I was breastfeeding, so I would try to put them on often in the couple hours before bed. ... (18 replies)
... Apgars were 6 and 9, she required a bit of oxygen for resucitation because of the cord prolapse, but pinked up fast and was in good enough health for an early discharge. ... (11 replies)




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