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Hi Lisa, This has now become a habit to wake for the bottle. I would definitely stop offering the drink if you want things to change. Try our sett...

Answered: 15 May 2009
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Hi, All children thrive on routine and boundaries set so if you can incorporate a regular routine this is best. Keep in mind when a chid falls as...

Answered: 15 May 2009
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Hi Kylie, Babies routine will often change without notice. If you continue with resettling techniques rather than feeding this should get her back...

Answered: 15 May 2009
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Hi Tiffany, Controled comdforting techniques are hard to do and not for everyone. For them to work you need to be consistent with every sleep day ...

Answered: 15 May 2009
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Hi Michelle, These things are all her sleep associations and for things to change your daughter will need to make changes and perhaps with your he...

Answered: 15 May 2009
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Hi There, It is common about this age that babies go through a growth spurt and temporarily increase their demand, so it can mean feeding is more ...

Answered: 08 May 2009
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Hi There, Sounds like you are both going well. I am going to work on baby being 9 months because, potentially, by the time you get this she will ...

Answered: 08 May 2009
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Hi There, Sounds like you have a little girl who knows just what she likes! Generally, it comes down to repetition and opportunity. I would rec...

Answered: 01 May 2009
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Hi Brianna, I must admit I think the Plunket Nurse has given you not only good advice but almost the only advice. It really is a case of opportun...

Answered: 01 May 2009
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Hi Catherine, I think you have bought up an interesting point, its one that I often talk about with friends, that there is so much conflicting adv...

Answered: 01 May 2009
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Hi, It sounds like you are doing it tough with your little one but you are doing a fantastic job; keep it up it does get better. Reflux babies a...

Answered: 01 May 2009
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Hi, I’m sorry that things are so tough for you and your little girl. I’m sorry too that your doctor doesn’t seem to understand w...

Answered: 01 May 2009
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Hi, Has your son been diagnosed with reflux? If not I’d recommend that you speak to your doctor about the possibility of reflux (and keep pe...

Answered: 01 May 2009
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Hi Tiffany, You may still expect to offer one overnight feed for a little longer but for other waking try resettling using our It`s time To Sleep ...

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Hi, This is hard because you really don`t want to make a battle out of it a 5am, perhaps just enjoy the cuddle time. Cheers, Maree

Answered: 01 May 2009
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Hi Danielle, I totally hear you, one of the common quotes I use is `a happy mum is a happy bub/child`. It is of the utmost importance to look aft...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi There, You have done the right thing working milk down and likely t was in fact part of the cycle, but it is also possible that your todler nee...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi Michelle, Snacking is an important part of nutrition for all of us, and more so for children who can only store about 3 hours worth of energy i...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi Debbie, This is an area I have been asked a lot about and have put together a fact sheet on it, which is now on my web site (www.sneakys.com.au...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi Angie, Milk we are finding more often interferes with appetite. It is not at all the fault of parents though because the messages about 600mls...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi There, It is very common that bubs go off their feeds or seem unsatisfied when they are unwell or recuperating, or teething can affect their de...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi Peta, From about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep through without an overnight feed but he may be hungry. Give him the benefit of the...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi, It sounds like you are doing everything right but I am wondering how you eventually do get him to sleep as he may be fighting everything until...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi Kristine, From about 6 months a baby should be able to sleep through the night without an overnight feed. Also it becomes a bit of a cycle if y...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi, I guess it really depends on how you are feeling too but babies thrive on routine. If you are happy to let him coo and then start the day at 6...

Answered: 29 Apr 2009
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Hi There, It looks like it may be an issue of his bottle displacing meals? It is very common for toddlers to hold out for formula or milk and th...

Answered: 22 Apr 2009
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Hi Julie, It can be a comfort for little ones, to drink from a bottle which doesn`t make it easy to make that transition. As long as your toddl...

Answered: 22 Apr 2009
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Hi There, Sounds like you have done a great job with breastfeeding, well done! I am assuming he has water during the day so is getting his fluid...

Answered: 22 Apr 2009
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Hi, Thanks for contacting our organisation. It sounds like a tricky issue, but I will try and give you some ideas. Demanding feeds and vomiting co...

Answered: 22 Apr 2009
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Hi, Many medications are not recommended during pregnancy and breast feeding so it can be difficult to find anything that can treat your problem t...

Answered: 15 Apr 2009