My son has had loose stools of varying consistency for about 8 days. It caused a diaper rash. I have talked to the Dr. and they say as long as he is not dehydrated and not bleeding that it will probably run its course. I am wondering if anyone else has an issue. Most of his life he has had mushy poop with occassional hard solid like poop. but 75% of the time its like mushy greenish finger paint or something. But then it has been blowing out of his diaper and he had a diaper rash. He acts fine other then nasal drip.View Thread
My 2 year old loves the sound of his own laugh and makes about 20 different laugh sounds. He also has some amazing vocabulary for his age and can talk in paragraphs length sometimes. He refers to himself in 3rd person a lot and says things like "Connor do it" and "Connor doesn't like that" he has lots of expressionsView Thread
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