I personally wouldnt sleep train that early. I had a very "difficult" sleeper for months so I know how you feel. Have you tried the swing? That is the only way we could get our LO to sleep when he was little. Also, I have heard of others using the Rock N Play which is inclined and provides a confined and snuggly area for little babies, which she may like. I know others have had their babies sleep on their tummies or sides and used the Angelcare monitor...I know this is not recommended, but just thought I would throw it out there because I know it has worked for others. Soon enough you will be able to sleep train your baby and she will be sleeping through the night, until then remember it will pass (but I know its a horrible feeling in the meantime).View Thread
I used the organic also and it didnt cost much more money, especially if you buy it at Target or WalMart. My baby didnt like the cereal much and we switched to the baby oatmeal around 5 months.View Thread
In the center, as long as it fits properly. I know Britax has videos on their website that shows how to properly install all of their seats and even suggests a pool noodle or rolled towel if the seat isnt sitting flat in the center position.View Thread
No advice, but my baby does the same thing and it drives me nuts. He has 8 teeth now and it can be pretty loud. I think it is pretty common...I just distract him with something else when he does it.View Thread
Some babies are more expressive than others. I think the fact that he is not responding when you tickle him is not so worrisome, but if he is not smiling at all or responding to his family with any sort of facial expression this should be brought up to his doctor.View Thread
Well I have had a few stretch marks on my breasts for years, not even from pregnancy. It sucks, but they have gradually gotten lighter and turned white. I dont think any of those creams help, I have tried in the past, but if it makes you feel better I know there are organic products that I have used during pregnancy. I used something called earth mama.View Thread
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