HI All, This is my first bubba, so i'm not sure what to expect. Lately it seems like my little girl (22 months) hates me. That may sound silly, but that's how i'm beginning to feel. She completely ignores me, whether it's when I tell her what to do, or when I ask for a kiss or cuddle for example. She seems to prefer anyone else's company but mine. If we are having trouble getting her to eat, and try to feed her ourselves, she will usually allow someone else to do it, but never me. We have a daycare at work and I see her at lunch time. Lately when she gets upset during lunch, she goes to her daycare teacher for comfort. Does my baby hate me? Am I doing something wrong here? Or is this just normal almost-two-year-old behaviour? I know it may sound juvenile but i'm really hurt and don't know what I should be doing or thinking here.... Please help
Hi there My DS is almost 9 months and for last 2 weeks he is only sleeping for 30-40 mins during the day and 2-3 hours at night During the day he does not want to play in playpen as soon as I go away for even one minute he will start crying Regardless of how many times I try to resettle him at night he would not go back to sleep He is generally well (health wise) no issues Im too exhausted to think of any other techniques to settle him but I do wonder if his routine is changing How many sleeps your bub is having during the day and what r there routines including the meals if u don't mind sharing ? He is still on 3 feeds + 2 snacks + 3 meals + 1-2 overnight feeds So hunger Is not an issue here Also when did u start cutting down the feeds/ bottles I know all babies are diff just looking for ideas Thank you
I suffer from psoriasis I have been breastfeeding my ds for 8 months but now have developed psoriasis on my nipples . One is worse than the other and is extremely painful. I really don't want to stop bf as he refuses the bottle. I have been using lanolin but it doesn't seem to help and I can't use my usual creams whilst bfeeding. He has dropped down to only morning and night feeds.Any suggestions on how too continue without causing more trauma and pain. Also can anyone suggest where I can get some breast pads that won't stick to my nipple?
DF and I went to an Antenatal class on Saturday. We were watching the birthing video and poor DF turned as white as a ghost, had sweat pouring off him and was complaining he was going to pass out. I can see I'll probably be alone when it comes time lol
I have a really hard time getting my 2 month old to get wind up, and he brings up milk constantly when he tries to burp. My doctor said he is just a "happy chucker", and prescribed Metagenics flora care for kids. My health nurse said the same. However I don't see how he can be a "happy chucker" when he is crying and writhing in pain. He is breastfed. We have tried Infacol, Infants Friend and cooled boiled water. I keep him upright after feeds and have his cot and pram propped up. He also gets the hiccups a lot. Can anyone help?
Went to playgroup today and there was an incident where a child bit another one. As soon as the biters mum realized it was her kid who bit the other one she apologized to the other mum and kid and took her kid home. The other mum then was bitching to all the other mothers about it. This leads me to two questions If you have a biter do you avoid taking them out to avoid this situation or do you keep an extra close eye on the ? If a kid bit yours and the mum apologized would you just accept the apology or would you still be mad?
After one of my ultrasounds they wanted to check the baby when I was 30 weeks it showed that the cord flow was abnormal reading and that bub was measuring small, they'd mentioned giving me a steroid injection, but then decided to wait til the next ultrasound which turned out to be totally normal and nothing to worry about bub wasn't even small, today I had another ultrasound to make sure Bubs growth was still going good which is just fine not to big not to small, but the antmonic fluid reading in the ultrasound had increased a little but wasn't above the average range.. I don't have gestational diabeties was tested at 27 weeks now they want to redo the test thinking I may have it because Bubs last 2 ultrasound had different amounts antmonic fluid. I'm 35 weeks and frustrated... I see one doctor and they say everything's fine and then the next visit were in a major panic and something's wrong.. Anyone else have these issues and turned out to be noth...
As the title suggests, my round cakes usually dome in the middle of them. Doesn't always matter, but when you are trying to layer cakes it can be a bit of a pain. Why does this happen?
ok we have a little problem DD2 we dont mind here hitting here toys as such most of the ones she is hitting are the ones that make a noise she only started this after 'DD1' arrived as she did not have many push button toys before that, we cant take the toys away from here as 'DD2' cant push them herself and enjoys DD1 making the noise, however DH and i have found that when we are putting her down for naps she is hitting us it is getting a bit worried about it as we dont want her hitting 'DD1' any ideas ?
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