Thinking about having tubes done for my daughter she has had an ear infection every month. Just wanting to know others experience with this and how it went... I dont know much about it other than I had them and they fell out when I was a kid.View Thread
My daughter doesn't sleep through the night either she is almost 11mos. But about the fussy part it could be teeth or maybe alittle bit of gas/heartburn. I know that the two problems we have had with my LO. For the gas we have used gripe water before bed and put a pillow under her mattress to make her a bit elevated in her crib. I guess worth a shot, sleep deprevation sucks!View Thread
My daughter has had about 4 ear infections so far in her short 10 month life. They say it is hereditary (sp?) like I when I was little finally had to have tubes, lucky her. Well everytime we have gotten antibiotics for this first amoxicillin, then augmentin, then amoxicillin, and now again augmentin. This time though she has developed a whole body rash from cheeks all the way down the trunk of her body. Could this be an allergy? I am taking her back to the dr to get different medicine but in the mean time I wanted opinions or if anyone else went through this at all? Thanks guys!View Thread
So my LO goes to bed about 8pm and wakes still once for a feeding and will wake up about 6am when I get her ready for daycare. So I was wandering how your Little ones are sleeping at night. If you guys are lucky and get an all night sleeper. Im not willing to do the CIO method, but I sure do miss sleep without interruptions.
And another question, I know when they are older you wean them off the bottle but if LO is still waking in the middle of the night to eat what happens then if anyone has experence with those non sleepers.View Thread
I take my LO to daycare in the mornings it is about 30 there and 30 in the afternoon. My daughter will play with toys, sleep, sing me songs. I dont think it is bad for them at all they are just sitting. And unless they are getting restless it shouldnt be a big deal. Not all parents are able to stay at home and not work and we do what we have to. The children are getting enough stimulation when not in the car it shouldnt effect themView Thread
I will have to add you next time im on there, I am def dreading this party thing but I think we are going to have it at our house after all. I will just have to set things up a little better.View Thread
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