I wish I knew this one. My daughter is 20 months old and addicted to that binky. She is off the bottle now since a month ago but the binky is going to be a challenge. Unfortunately she wakes at night searching for it and cries but we are not taking it away until she's ready. I kinda think its cute when i hear that squeeky sound she makes sucking on it in her sleep. I keep telling myself to give her a comfort toy like a stuffed animal instead but i havent.View Thread
Some people are just short. My daughter is 20 months old and she is under her ratio according to some chart her doctor shows me. She's short like her daddy, hes 5' 4". They constantly talk about her weight and health concerns but I don't worry about it. If your child is acting normal, then his body size is not going to stop him from his accomplishments. My daughter is little but climbs like she's a giant.View Thread
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