this is a bad idea let her know if he happens to be allergic then it can kill him. and if she says she''ll call an ambulance they her they may not make it in time. and there's also the point that he may choke on it it could get lodged in his throat, and ask her if she knows baby CPR because it's a little different than for adults. sorry this makes me mad i got mad when people tried to feed my son stuff at 4 months. but good luckView Thread
my bf use to do that too. what i did wa tell him not to do it. and if he doesnt listen then you can do what i ended up doing put the little one in day care. if you cant afford daycare there is a state thinhg that will help you pay for it all you have to do is ask the daycare for the paper work and they will give it to you i found out alot of parents need thisView Thread
my child was not premature but its my understanding that if your baby is premature you cant hold her to the same time frame as babys that were born on time. they may take longer to get where they need to be but even full term babies develope on their own time. and her head may be a little to heavy for her but you said it was growing remember her little body is racing to try to catch up she will eventually hold her head up she needs time tho. a woman who works with me her grandson was full term and didnt roll over until he was a year old. i'm telling you this so you see every baby is different, but they all even out in the end. my grandma was born when her mom was 6 months pregnant and she is perfectly fine so try not to stress to much. keep us posted your little one is so cuteView Thread
my son is 10 months old he had the same pproblem for a few weeks then it turned into a pretty bad cold. if i were you i'd bring the baby to the dr just to get checked out. and make sure you suck her nose out as much as you can and a steamy bath room helps also just hold her in the bathroom with the hot shower running for about half an hour to an hour and it should help with her stuffy nose. good luckView Thread
my son did the same thing the hospital tells you a general every 4 hours. if he is hungry every 3 or 2 then i would just feed him that offten. because he is hungry or needs the nutrition. dont worry about it your baby in normalView Thread
a woman i work with had problem like this woth her son but with bowl movements. it ended up he was allergic to something he was eating and when it came out the other end it gave him a rash. maybe your daughter has kinda the same problem. good luckView Thread
i've been putting his formula in it. I'm going to try the 100% juice because he does not like the gerber juice. thank u. this is the first real challange i've had with him he broke himself of pacifiers and his thumb.View Thread
have a 10 month old son and the dr said to get him on sippy cups a little early. i can't get him to take it tho. he'll chew on it and throw it on the ground. does anyone know any tricks or methods to make him want it?View Thread
im not saying the dr is going to like this but when i had this problem i put a little bit of cran-apple juice in his formula just a little not even half maybe an ounce it helped all it does is make it easier for the little guyView Thread
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