I think it sound perfectly normal. My daughter babbles all the time, it is just ramdon sounds, she does say dada. Is she your first? You just need to talk to her alot because she doesnt have a sibbling to chatter with.View Thread
My daughter just turned 1 and we are trying to switch to a sippy cup full time. My son easily used the sippy cup when we switched full time at 1. We tried the same brand our son used but she just chews the spout. I just got her a nuk active cup because the spout resembles a nipple. She doesnt like that one either. Her bottles are the ones with the soothie nipple and they dont make any sippy cups. Any suggestions from other moms out there. ThanksView Thread
Hi, I just read your discussion and i found this over on the first trimester pregnancy board( I am pregnant with my third child due early Sept). http://www.babymed.com/hcg-level-in-early-pregnancy . This link gives you info on what you hgc levels should be depending on how far along you are. You should check out the pregnancy boards alot of helpful ladies that can answer questions for you are there. Good luck and sticky baby vibes to you.View Thread
graduates dinners are good since they are soft cooked and made for beginign eaters. Soft cooked pasta with spagetti sause or cheese, soft cooked veggies, small cut up fruits that she already eats. cut up chicken nuggets and hot dogs(small pieces) are also good. Pancakes, scrambled eggs, soft grilled cheese. You can pretty much look at any food and as long as it is tender and easy to chew then try it. Like everyone else commented give her a little at a time. My son was that way when he started eating solid food, he would stuff his face if i would watch.View Thread
Both of my children were born in the hospital and that is exactly what we wanted. We were prepared for both births as in everything was ready room wise, cloths washed. I hadnt packed my hospital bag yet when my son was born and my friend was visiting me that weekend, i still had 10 days until my due date, most women were telling me that your first baby will be late. My hubby was also gone with army training, daddy would have still been gone if he would have been born on his due date. so i would have like dh to be there. But he was there when our daughter was born and nothing really went out of the ordinary with her birth itself I remember when I got to the hospital to have my son and i learned i was too far along to get any drugs/epidural once the anistesiologist(sp) got there(my son was born on a sunday i guess he was on call). I said outloud "What no drugs?" i remember for my daughter's birth, being reay to push, 10 cm dialated and very uncomfortable and the nurses waiting for the doctor to get in the room. They told me to wait and i just started to cry but he was there a few seconds later and my baby girl came into the worldView Thread
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