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... an untouched bottle is good for 2 hrs and if its refrigerated its good for 24 hrs, but one the baby starts eating it its only good for an hour (4 replies)
... I feel, today, that I can definately interject a lot to this discussion as a mother of 2 boys who both have challenged me at bed time. ... (8 replies)
"Baby Wearing"
May 25, 2006
... I agree...we each have to find what works best for our family...for our children in particular. ... (35 replies)

... You are doing just fine dear. Your dd will let you know when she wants to eat and how much. If she is fine and not loosing weight then do not fret. ... (6 replies)
... public nursing mom too much and I loved the motherhood maternity stores too to nurse and I got creative and found other places too while out that were private. For example, if I was near a hospital, I'd go in to the pediatric area and ask if they had a nursing room I could use since I was "too shy to nurse in public". ... (6 replies)
... I am so sorry that you are going through this, but you are not alone. I'd like to share my story with you. My daughter is 7 weeks old. I started her on formula at the beginning because we had a number of different problems. ... (8 replies)
My milk is gone...
Feb 21, 2007
... Sweetie, after what you just wrote I feel that you would have great success in giving her a bottle from now on with no worries. I have done a lot of research on lactatoin and know from my last 3 as well. For DD's sake give her a bottle tonight instead of your breast. ... (18 replies)
... North...about being paranoid with formula...I am so unsure about formula too...probably because I know very little about it. I watched my best friend's baby a couple months ago for a day...that baby is the same age as my DD...and her baby is on formula. I had the hardest time being confident that I did it right. ... (26 replies)
... and 6 weeks. My daughter is 8 weeks old now, and I can honestlysay it DOES get better!! ... (9 replies)
... makes things confusing for DD. Don't worry about what other's tell you...you know your baby better than anyone. ... (1 replies)
... breastmilk in a sippy cup is just fine! As long as he gets it in his tummy it doesn't matter how! Actually, if you can get him on one sooner than later then good for you! My son wouldn't take to a sippy for ages! He wanted his bottle and his bottle ONLY! ... (5 replies)
... Hello everyone I've been reading and enjoy reading all of the post. ... (3 replies)
... What a great grandma you are...so concerned and helpful! ... (7 replies)
... I pumped about 3 ounces of milk and mixed it with one tablespoon of cereal... ... (466 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)
... Hi guys..... just stopping by for a quick hello while DS is sleeping. ... (85 replies)
... At her WBV she was 31.5 inches long, 25 pounds and her head was 14.5 around. The Dr said she was a "rock star". I have been advised by many DR's or friends or even the day care lady to drop the bottle and get her used to the sippy cup for all milk or juice. ... (5 replies)
... she doesn't use her Pacifier at Daycare during the day for naps or anything, but at bed time it's a part of the routine. I suppose I could try doing the night time routine with out it.....see how that goes. ... (9 replies)
... To make a long story short, my 4 month old has been sleeping through the night for just over 2 weeks now and we are all much more rested and happy about it. She had sort of started a napping routine and was eating approx. ... (1 replies)
... Just wanted to say a hello to you all. I was hoping someone would start a Sept babies post. Anyway, Sophia and I are doing well, I think I love her more every day, at 7 weeks old, she grows more and does new things everyday. ... (62 replies)




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