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... How Much Milk Is Needed For 18 Months Baby (1 replies)
... oz. is what's recommended. My son is 17 months and he gets about 20 oz. per day. ... (1 replies)
Baby spitting up
Sep 17, 2005
... We didn't have to wait a couple of weeks. Later on that evening he became lethargic. I could not get him to wake up to eat even though it was well past feeding time. We decided to surpass the hospital in the town we had just had him to the doctor in and go to the city hospital an hour away. ... (9 replies)

... cheese until 18 months. He still has issues with toast, hamburger.. I did find some small, shorter handled baby spoons and let him feed himself yogurt or spagettios while I also shoveled them in. ... (10 replies)
... p.m. so he isn't going down too early. I already let him cry out the 4 a.m. feeding and it worked for a bit, but now he is back to waking early again. Ho hum..... ... (8 replies)
Autism
Aug 9, 2006
... He was very independant, wanted to do his own thing. Started walking at 8 months and would run off to play alone. He would run to the tv when certain theme songs or commercials came on, like Dell, Star Trek, Spongebob, Dulcolax. ... (6 replies)
... HOWEVER, i'd warn you against giving them free reign over the feeding process, because once you lose control, it's hard for some parents to get it back, and then feeding becomes one really big mess with a lot of food going everywhere except for babies' mouths! ... (4 replies)
... On another note, at 13 months, your baby is not waking out of hunger at 4am, it's out of habit. ... (8 replies)
... is gentle too. I was told that it is small protein chains ie. like 2 or 3 amino acids rather than like 20 in a normal protein chain. This makes it easier for a baby to digest the protein. ... (6 replies)
... My two daughters are 14 months apart. Ella is 18 months and Madilyn is 4 months right now. Ella didn't pay much attention at all to Madilyn when she first arrived. ... (5 replies)
... Oh my gosh...this is MADELINE!!! LOL. Delia...I think we have daughters somehow separated at birth...:jester: Ok, I laughed hysterically as you described the snowman incident because Madeline got a new "baby" for Christmas with a hat. Well, she too wanted to take the hat off and wear it. My fiance and I just laughed and laughed, which I think only added fuel to the fire. ... (12 replies)
... and had him 2 months early, so I was away from DD for 4 weeks. Not fun. ... (2 replies)
... I feel like I am reading about Ella as I read each of these posts. She will of course be 18 months here in a few days, but it seems as though shes been in this stage for a while. For instance, yesterday I was feeding Madi, my three month old. ... (12 replies)
... that the vast majority of children over the age of 18 months recover nicely. ... (0 replies)
... Actually, by allowing your child to start out self feeding you will alleviate the risk of choking a lot sooner. Slurping liquid food off a spoon poses its own choking risks. ... (7 replies)
... My first was 9lbs 6ozs and by one month was over 11lbs as well. Now he will be two in 2 weeks and he very slight. He's only 24 lbs and still wears size 12 to 18 month stuff. He is very cute and petite! The size of the "infant" doesn't necessarily represent what your child will look like as a toddler or an adult. ... (18 replies)
Preemie worries
Apr 2, 2007
... First, please try not to take a lot of stock in what she is saying. I know it is worrisome to hear that, but the chances that your baby will be born premature or have other major issues really is small. Most babies are healthy and full term. ... (10 replies)
1st table foods
Mar 31, 2007
... foods like that, then crackers and toast, then pasta in small pieces, then finely chopped roast beef, chicken, ground beef, fish etc. Now if He's now almost 10 months and when I make a casserole, spaghetti,lasagna etc. I just chop some up for him and put it on his tray. ... (3 replies)
Hello Everyone,
Apr 3, 2006
... d has cut 2 bottom teeth. You can really see them now when she smiles. I can't get over how happy she is...she always seems to be laughing and smiling. As far as feeding goes we're still taking it slowly. ... (12 replies)
... I have been going through the same thing with Grace, who is 18 months. She used to eat everything, and now she is so picky. Last night for dinner she had french fries, and that is it. ... (2 replies)




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