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... I have to say here I don't agree with your pediatrician. My pediatrician didn't either. Babies that young only know what makes them comfortable and what doesn't. They are far to young to be forming habits. ... (13 replies)
... I am sure there will be other folks who disagree when I say this but I suggest trying to cut out the feedings during the night. It sounds to me that she wakes up whenever she is at a light point in her sleep cycle. ... (5 replies)
... There's LOTS of stuff you can do to get your supply back up. ... (15 replies)

... cry sleep solution" by Elizabeth Pantley? ... (4 replies)
... My son is 17 months old and he's always been a good sleeper. When he was about 14 months, we switched him to a big bed because he just wasn't sleeping well in his crib anymore. He did awesome with the switch, even on the first night. ... (2 replies)
... Hello everyone. My DS is 7 weeks old and is still not sleeping through the night. Right now, he is eating every 4 hours on the dot. So, if I feed him at 8 p.m., I really do not want to wait until midnight to feed him again since I like to be in bed by 10 p.m. myself. ... (15 replies)
... I am in awe of any single mom out there. I am married and feel overwhelmed with DH help. But on the other hand my DH isn't the best help either. When my DS was first born we fought alot about how things should be done. DH would do it one way and I would do it another. ... (10 replies)
... CIO is the only thing that ever worked for my three kids. I don't remember how it worked with my first, but with my second, we had no choice but to CIO. We'd tried the feber method, but it just prolonged the inevitable. ... (4 replies)
... Between 18 months and 24 months children go through a sleep phase shift. They hit an extremely active sleep phase where they dream alot. These can manifest in night terrors, insomnia, and unwillingness to go to sleep, etc. Most children go through this phase. ... (3 replies)
... Waking every two hours to eat is perfectly normal for a 1 week old baby and should continue for longer. My son woke every two hours and more until he was 6 months old. There is really no way to explain to a preg. mom how tired you will be once the baby comes. ... (7 replies)
... I am reading Goodnight, Sleep Tight by Kim West. She calls herself "the sleep lady. ... (8 replies)
... Joemamma22 I totally understand what you are going through. My baby will be 6 months next week. ... (13 replies)
... Ah someone else who doesn't get much sleep! ... (6 replies)
Dream feeding
May 31, 2007
... I have begun dream feeding my 19 week old son at around 11pm. It works pretty well for allowing me to sleep through until he wakes in the morning around 5. ... (3 replies)
... I saw the story on the news too, it happend in Brazil, I was shocked too, couldn't believe it. Now that I have my son, I just can't imagine how there are people out there not loving or caring for their babies. There was a story I heard some time ago about a woman who starved her 10mo old. ... (466 replies)
... My DD didn't go throught that at the age, but we are now at 26months. She has been sleeping in her crib since 6 weeks old and has slept through the night since then also. The only time she was allowed to be in bed with us was if she was really sick. Otherwise she has to stay in her own bed. ... (5 replies)
Wow this is hard!
Oct 20, 2005
... Hey sweetie, I was just thinking about you last night. I am so sorry that you are going through all of this crap. I know how stressed out I am and I'm in a less stresed out environment than you are. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, absolutely. And what your baby is drinking is NORMAL for a breastfed infant. 30ml's is about 1 ounce. My daughter, at 9 months old, has NEVER drank more then 2 ounces from a bottle in her entire life. ... (5 replies)
... when my son got sick I just let it run it's course. I use the nose sucker thingy alot lol. He had MAJOR snot. ... (85 replies)
... I know this might not seem the normal but I train dogs. ... (8 replies)

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