Ok so my DD who is 15 months old sleeps from 8ish to 11pm and from there on she screams all night off and on.I don't get it.It's been going on for a week now.She is also setting off her Apnea Alarm and high a Heart rate alarms @ different times of the night.She has her 15 month appt on Wednesday but this mommy needs sleep.What is sooo strange is she naps just fine during the day!Any ideas???View Thread
Heres a thought....Some PPL think they are better then others.Not saying that is what is going on here but they do.Or maybe Your DD has a obvious cold and Cocoas mommy didn't want her to get sick. There are hundreds of reasons as to why?I wouldn't question it.I know you must feel hurt for you DD. Never Judge a book by it's cover.You don't know her life story!View Thread
Well Good luck with that!LOL I have tryed "Green Works" dishsoap as a preventive to our dying world and let me tell you washing dishes once caused my hands to be dryed out and cracked! Palmolive is what I will keep too!As for shampoo and conditoner.put baking soda and vinegar together and what happens?Exactally!That will dry out your hair. Keep us posted on your journey:)View Thread
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