With the cold season here, and over the counter cough and cold medicines for children under the age of 2 have been taken off the market. Now what? How will you treat your little one? Natural cold cures? What's soothing, what works? View Thread
Mommies please don't forget about our parenting community as well for questions. It's linked in the top post.
But let me say also, your almost one year old is a big cry baby, that's what they do! That's the way she communicates, yes! She can't help it and telling her to go to sleep or that you need to sleep, well she won't understand that. Not for a long time. You need to be patient at this very young age.
As the other posters say, you might want to run her to the docs to be sure she's feeling well. Good luck!View Thread
Oh I know that feeling, I also know how it is to buy Halloween candy to soon!! LOL
That costume sounds so cute! And what a good idea for trick or treating, a "treat trail". Sounds fun! My sister lives near in Pa. and they Trick or Treat out of the neighbors trunks and minivans, they all go to a park or a lot or something. Such a good idea too!View Thread
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