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    Re: upper incisors removed!

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    Thanks. Actually, my sister had to have all of her molars capped as a toddler because they didn't have any enamel on them. The caps kept coming loose, and she had like three...
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    upper incisors removed!

    My ds (age 31 months) just had his four upper incisors removed. His right upper lateral was badly decayed and his other three incisors were very soft and badly chipped. His canine teeth are pretty...
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    Re: Can't Believe It

    :clap Congratulations! My son just turned 15 months, and I hope we make it to two years.
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    Re: Sun Block

    The Skin Cancer Foundation and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that sunscreen should not be applied to babies under 6 months of age. Very young babies have a tendency to suck on their...
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    Re: Issue with wanting to breastfeed

    I think its wonderful that you are willing to try bfing your child. I understand how you feel. By the end of my pregnancy I was miserable, all I wanted was a beer and a pedicure and to sleep on my...
  6. Re: Speeding up the Baby Led Solids Process?

    Who tries to feed her? If she rejects food from you, she may accept it from another caregiver. My son has only recently started allowing me to feed him (He's 14 months). For a long time, he would...
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    Re: Blood in milk

    Sorry to hear about your problems. I don't have any advice for maintaining your supply, but I do have experience with blood in my milk. In the first few days after giving birth, my nipples became...
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    Re: Washable Breast Pads??

    I used wool pads and was very happy with them. You don't have to wash them very often, just lay them out to dry once they are noticeably wet. Plus, the lanolin, in the wool, is naturally...
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    Re: White/light colored poop

    Wow, thank you for posting this. My nephew has recently started having white/very pale yellow stools. After reading these posts, I told my sister about the possibility of liver problems and he has a...
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    Re: rabbit poo?

    Thanks for the advice. I had never seen anything like that before. I think he was dehydrated. I was just offering him water, and he didn't want to drink it because he is used to drinking juice at...
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    Re: Skin issues from milk

    I would try lansinoh lanolin. It works really well on chapped skin, whether its your breasts or your baby's cheeks. Plus, if you put it on her skin right before you breastfeed, it will act as a...
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    rabbit poo?

    I was babysitting my 21 month old nephew, and when he pooped he filled his diaper with little hard round pellets, like rabbit poop. I was horrified and confused, to say the least. Some of them...
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    Re: poop ???

    Starting at about 8 weeks my son stopped having daily bowel movements. Sometimes he would go three or four days between poops, but on the days that he did go, he would fill up a couple diapers. I...
  14. Re: 11 Months - No Solids. How late did your LO start?

    My son is 12 1/2 months and has little interest in food. He still nurses 4 or 5 times a day, and eats a couple small meals. And by small meals I mean 1/4 piece of buttered toast, 5 bites of...
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    Re: im about to go crazy

    :hug If your lo has been consistent in her weight gain up until now then its probably just a temporary setback. Has she had a bug or sickness recently? Babies can lose weight really quickly when they...
  16. Re: Ped Advocates Pediasure for 6 month old

    One month seems like an excessively long time to offer only rice cereal, especially when there are far more nutritionally dense foods to try. My son has been very slow to take to solids so I try to...
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    thermos foogo straw cup

    Has anyone here tried the foogo straw cup? My son has no desire to use either of his sippy cups (he has a klean kanteen and a born free). He likes to use a real cup, which is fine around the house,...
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    Re: Tofu and Yo-Baby

    The proteins in tofu can be difficult for some babies to digest (even harder than some meats), so its probably best to wait to introduce it until the baby is around 8 months. When you do decide to...
  19. Re: Having a c-section - will I still be able to breastfeed?

    I went to 42 weeks with my son, after which they started inducing. I was induced with miso ripening for 3 days and pitocin for 18 hours, and in the end I couldn't dilate past 5cm, so I had a...
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    Re: cracked and painful nipples

    I second the soothies! Also be sure to keep plenty of lanolin on your nipples, especially right before a feeding and before a shower. I had latching problems with my little guy at first too, we would...
  21. Re: 7th generation diapers -have you used them?

    I used seventh generation diapers until my guy was about ten pounds, when he was big enough to fit his cloth diapers. They work very well, he had a couple blowouts, but that's par for the course with...
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    Re: 12 month old not interested in solids

    Thanks for the link Momma1. Now I'll have some more information for our next appointment.

    And thanks for all the good advice. I picked up some cottage cheese at the store, and the baby seemed to...
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    Re: How do you get some fats in?

    I'm a born and raised Alaskan, my father's family are all in commercial fishing. All Alaskan salmon are wild. Its Atlantic that are farmed, and you should definitely stay far away from it. In...
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    Re: 3 week old sleep patterns

    Have you learned to nurse while lying down yet? My baby took a long time to get the hang of side nursing, but once he did it was awesome. I could sleep while he nursed! My guy wouldn't start out in a...
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    Re: Newborn would rather sleep than eat

    I went through something very similar with my son when he was a newborn, however he had jaundice. I had to strip him down to a diaper before every feeding and then blow on him when he started to fall...
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