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    Re: Timing when introducing solids

    My older son was not into solids much at all until he was a year, sound like he was very similar to where your LO is at now. Most people just think it is normal to be spooning gobs of purees into a...
  2. Re: giving up breastfeeding and feeling devastated

    I read your other threads and I just want to say that I feel for you...I can't imagine going through all of the struggles you have endured and being in your position now. Reading your story, I wish...
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    Re: Baby crying while feeding

    Yes, it is great to hear! I can't imagine how difficult those days were for all of you.
  4. Re: Fussy baby, refusing to eat much when I am at work

    An update--he is doing better this week, and the last day of last week went much better. His naps were a little off the days he was fussy, and I guess it is possible he is just wanting the comfort...
  5. Re: Fussy baby, refusing to eat much when I am at work

    I thought lipase was just if it was frozen. The milk I pump today he will drink tomorrow, so it is never frozen. Unfortunately, I work at an airport and it really isn't feasible for me to step out...
  6. Fussy baby, refusing to eat much when I am at work

    Hello, just hoping maybe for some encouragement or advice from anyone who has had to deal with anything similar. I am in my third week back at work, my DH stays at home with my toddler and DS who is...
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    Re: 3.5 month old refusing bottle

    I have just returned to work this week and had the same issue with both of my sons, now 2.5yrs and 4 mos. With my first one, he ended up liking the cold milk on his sore gums since he was teething...
  8. Initially took bottles, now won't take them

    I am hoping for some advice. My three month old took bottles a handful of times but it has been about two weeks since we gave him one, and he now doesn't want it. We ran into this same issue with...
  9. Re: You know you're nursing a toddler when...

    My DS has never been as silly as some of these stories, but he has a very sweet spirit. Today I was kissing his arm while he nursed and he had to stop several times and give me a kiss before...
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    Re: Possible milk allergy

    It does sound like it could be oversuppy. I just read yesterday (in a LLL publication) that it is not really possible for babies to be allergic to human milk. When I had oversupply with my DS...
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    Re: my little monster is teething

    Yes, agree with all, nursing first and foremost, painkillers or Camillia, teething necklaces, cold wet washcloths. For us the Camillia also seemed to help with diaper rashes caused by the acidity of...
  12. Re: No schedule...setting us up for misery??

    There is a big difference between a schedule and a routine. Routines are good and babies thrive on them. Schedules not so much.

    As far as sleeping through the night, every baby is different,...
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    Re: Breastfeeding, Naps & Daycare

    It seems like a hard transition for you LO to both go to DCP AND take naps on his own at the same time. If it were me, I would try to get him transitioned to going down for a nap without you FIRST,...
  14. Re: Milk protein issues, lactose overload or something else?

    All I can tell you is that with my son, I could tell a huge difference in him three days after I stopped eating dairy. However, I noticed even further difference after I started reading the labels...
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