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... I think feeding him everytime he wakes is the problem. Are you feeding him at bedtime until he falls asleep? ... (13 replies)
... 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 replies)
... My DD just turned 6 months today and we had her 6 month appt. yesterday. I had a million questions and got all of them answered but you know when you leave you think of 20 more. ... (7 replies)

... I was glad to see your question because my daughter turned five months old today and I've been struggling for a few weeks on how much to feed her. She could not tolerate cereal or oatmeal, but has enjoyed just veggies so far. ... (2 replies)
... all breastmilk too. I would not worry about what others say. Me PED said as long as I am not over feeding him, he is fne!! ... (9 replies)
... He should most likely be skipping his first waking at 6 months but still need the late morning feeding. ... (13 replies)
... month olds with some rice cereal and then gradually some veggies and she quit eating. So, I quit feeding her food for a couple of month and now she is 11 months old and I feed her any fruit that is orange or yellow. ... (4 replies)
... I had to weigh in here... your little one is 3 months old! He has not set a good sleep pattern yet and that is normal for many babies. ... (14 replies)
... again thank you for your replies. ... (13 replies)
... and not sure what to do. If there is anyone who has a feeding schedule for solids down for their 6 month old and would care to share that would be wonderful!!! ... (8 replies)
... I started taking medication that she can't have, so I would nurse her around 6 in the morning, then take the medicine and not nurse her again that day. Oh, I might not have been clear about the bottles either.... ... (10 replies)
... It depends how big is your baby for his age and if he looks like ready for it. ... (5 replies)
... Ok I hope this helps. I just came from the doctors office for my daughters 6 month check up. Here is what she told me... ... (4 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 fear of choking is just that, a fear. I won't get on an airplane either. :) (7 replies)
... pm last feeding breastfeeds first and then usually drinks 4 oz of formula. ... (3 replies)
... 2fast4U-DS eats about four-6 ounces a bottle (sorry it took me so long to answer your question) We gave DS a cracker tonight, he seemed to like it. I was wondering about the biter biscuits and such, and when to start them. What is a wagon wheel? We also let him taste a pickle Saturday, I think they are called baby dills, they are whole pickles and sour, he LOVED it, lol. ... (13 replies)
... I would also suggest feeding formula first as everything I've read since having my first 3. ... (7 replies)
... to swallow. At the food store they are normally right there with the baby food. Also if you read the package on most of these items Gerber has listed the things your baby will be doing when they will be ready for these foods. DS is not completely up to the list of things but he can handle eating them. ... (13 replies)
... t started bottle feeding. It seemed like forever before she would eat 4 ounces. Then she stayed like that for a long time. I've really just started giving her 6 ounces per feeding in the last month really. ... (8 replies)

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