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Maree...
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Hi Glenda, The crying it out method will work but is harsher than the controlled comforting techniques we use which are all hands on at this age....

Answered: 15 Mar 2008
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Hi Linda, Thank you for your enquiry. If the diarrhoea continues past one day you need to see your doctor or hospital again. You can try using a z...

Answered: 08 Mar 2008
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Leann...
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Hi, I would pop into see your GP as soon as you can and just explain the situation, white isn’t a usual colour for poo and there can be many...

Answered: 01 Mar 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, A baby is never too young to start a good routine. You need to turn this pattern around just for the sake of survival. You will need to persis...

Answered: 01 Mar 2008
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Maree...
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Hi Nikki, Routine is essential for your babies and I would strongly advise you follow a feed/play/sleep routine. This doesn`t mean you have to fee...

Answered: 22 Feb 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, She simply does not know how to sleep without you and if you want to change that you need to be the one to make some changes. Teaching a baby ...

Answered: 22 Feb 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, The recent toilet training may be a novelty for him at present and hopefully this will wear off soon. He probably is just testing but I have...

Answered: 15 Feb 2008
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Leann...
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Hi Michelle, Thanks for the great feedback about the book and my hat off to you on the fantastic job you have obviously done! So, on the quest...

Answered: 01 Feb 2008
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Leann...
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Hi There, If you think there is a problem I would pop into see your GP and if he or she thinks it necessary they may well suggest a stool sample....

Answered: 22 Dec 2007
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Sally...
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Hi, It is important to take your son to the doctor and see if there is an underlying medical condition that needs to be addressed. Your doctor ...

Answered: 01 Dec 2007
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Betty...
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Hi, it is so hard when your child is doing something different to what you think other kids are doing. Firstly refrain from comparing as it dist...

Answered: 01 Dec 2007
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Sally...
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Hi Belinda, As you mentioned, sibling rivalry is extremely common (in fact it is an important time for children to learn how to socialise with o...

Answered: 29 Nov 2007
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Sally...
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Hi , Thanks for writing to me. Bringing a new baby into the family changes the dynamics for everyone, but it is up to us to try to make it a po...

Answered: 29 Nov 2007
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Hi Vicky, This is such a frequent problem for parents. Using their bowels in the toilet often takes children a lot longer to master than urinat...

Answered: 29 Nov 2007
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Hi Tania, It is very much about leading a horse to water. Yes that amount of formulas is likely to be fine for him, but having said that it m...

Answered: 29 Nov 2007
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Hi Peta, Oh it is such a relief when you finally get them on track! Well done to you and thank you for the follow-up, I so love to hear how t...

Answered: 29 Nov 2007
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Hi – this is difficult. I assume the child is healthy and of normal development. There are a range of approaches to try: check your child`s f...

Answered: 22 Nov 2007
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Betty...
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Hi, you are both really caring parents and this makes it truly difficult as you are trying to be firm in an area that also makes you feel uncomfort...

Answered: 22 Nov 2007
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Maree...
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Hi Ashleigh, Sometimes we try so many tricks and ideas that we only succeed in confusing baby and ourselves about how and when baby falls asl...

Answered: 22 Nov 2007
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Maree...
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Hi, She may have been going through 8 months separation anxiety (later being a twin) and this has disrupted her routine. Try using our settl...

Answered: 22 Nov 2007
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Maree...
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Hi, You really might expect to offer an overnight feed to a baby this age and I would not expect her to be sleeping through without it until a...

Answered: 22 Nov 2007
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Maree...
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Hi, SIDS say from about 5 to 6 months the risk are greatly reduced and you really can`t stop a baby from developing. Give him extra tummy time...

Answered: 22 Nov 2007
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. SIDS NSW recommends that you place a baby to sleep on its back. You can place an object that the baby can look at...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Newborns are born at differing weights and grow at different rates so it is difficult to determine the number of ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Maree...
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Hi Nicole, Tell me how you get him to sleep initially and how you resettle him when he wakes as this may be your problem. If you are comforting h...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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